Join Chaim Krause for an in-depth discussion in this video File sharing, part of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Essential Training.
- [Voiceover] We're now going to take a look…at network file sharing.…I'm coming into this with the assumption…that you've used these services before,…at least as a client.…So for FTP, NFS,…and Samba,…we're going to get them up and running as servers…so that you can use them with your clients.…I'm not going to set up the NFS server.…The first choice we need to make…is whether we want it to start up when we boot up,…or whether we want to start it up manually.…I'm gonna choose to start it.…
The next choice is to decide…whether you want to use version four of NFS.…I would suggest if you're setting up a new server…that you go ahead and leave that enabled.…If you have a reason not to enable,…it's probably because you're using version three…and you'll know it at the time so you can disable it.…Enabling GSS security is an old security method…and there are newer ones…so we're not going to enable that.…Okay, so now we are on this page…where we choose which directories we want to export.…
So we click on "add directory"…and we can browse and just for demonstration purposes,…
- What is SUSE Linux Enterprise?
- Installing SLES
- Linux file types
- Working at the command line
- Managing processes
- Working with background processes
- Managing users and groups
- Changing file permissions
- Configuring network interfaces
- Displaying hardware information
- Managing drivers
Skill Level Intermediate
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Linux: User and Group Managementwith Grant McWilliams1h 8m Intermediate
Make IT Work in Your Businesswith Scott M Burrell1h 43m Intermediate
1. What is SUSE Linux Enterprise?
2. Working at the Command Line
3. System Initialization
4. Process Management
5. Identity and Security
6. Managing Software
7. Network Management
8. Basic Network Services
10. Administration and Monitoring
11. Hardware Management
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