Updating netid byname

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$(NOPUSH) ]; then echo "pushed group"; fi ipnodes.time: $(INETDIR)/ipnodes @($(MULTI) -n $(B) -l $(INETDIR)/ipnodes); @($(STDHOSTS) -n $(INETDIR)/ipnodes $(CHKPIPE))| \ (awk 'BEGIN $

$(NOPUSH) ]; then echo "pushed group"; fi ipnodes.time: $(INETDIR)/ipnodes @($(MULTI) -n $(B) -l $(INETDIR)/ipnodes); @($(STDHOSTS) -n $(INETDIR)/ipnodes $(CHKPIPE))| \ (awk 'BEGIN $$1 !~ /^#/ ' $(CHKPIPE)) | \ $(MAKEDBM) $(B) - $(YPDBDIR)/$(DOM)/ipnodes.byaddr; @touch ipnodes.time; @echo "updated ipnodes"; @if [ !(See for a general overview of NIS and NIS requirements.) Decide which machines will be NIS clients.

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$(NOPUSH) ]; then echo "pushed group"; fi ipnodes.time: $(INETDIR)/ipnodes @($(MULTI) -n $(B) -l $(INETDIR)/ipnodes); @($(STDHOSTS) -n $(INETDIR)/ipnodes $(CHKPIPE))| \ (awk 'BEGIN $$1 !

~ /^#/ ' $(CHKPIPE)) | \ $(MAKEDBM) $(B) - $(YPDBDIR)/$(DOM)/ipnodes.byaddr; @touch ipnodes.time; @echo "updated ipnodes"; @if [ !

(See for a general overview of NIS and NIS requirements.) Decide which machines will be NIS clients.

Typically all machines in your domain are set to be NIS clients, although this is not strictly necessary.

After your Solaris 7 release software and The following sections explain these steps in detail.

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~ /^#/ ' $(CHKPIPE)) | \ $(MAKEDBM) $(B) - $(YPDBDIR)/$(DOM)/ipnodes.byaddr; @touch ipnodes.time; @echo "updated ipnodes"; @if [ !

(See for a general overview of NIS and NIS requirements.) Decide which machines will be NIS clients.

Typically all machines in your domain are set to be NIS clients, although this is not strictly necessary.

After your Solaris 7 release software and The following sections explain these steps in detail.

$(NOPUSH) ]; then $(MAKE) $(MFLAGS) -k all; \ else $(MAKE) $(MFLAGS) -k all NOPUSH=$(NOPUSH);fi all: passwd group hosts ipnodes ethers networks rpc services protocols \ netgroup bootparams aliases publickey netid netmasks c2secure \ timezone auto.master \ c2secure: [email protected] [ -f $(PWDIR)/security/passwd.adjunct ]; then \ if [ !

This allows you to treat the local files on the server as if they were those of a client.

(It is good practice to first save a copy of the original makefile.) The # # Copyright (c) 1996-1999, by Sun Microsystems, Inc. # #pragma ident "@(#)Makefile 1.25 99/06/01 SMI" # #---- # It is somewhat confusing to note that Solaris 2.x uses /etc/auto_master # instead of the 4.x /etc/auto.master file name because of NIS treating a # "." in a special way.

$(NOPUSH) ]; then $(YPPUSH) -d $(DOM) group.byname; fi @if [ !

$(NOPUSH) ]; then $(YPPUSH) -d $(DOM) group.bygid; fi @if [ !

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