As it is an NFS mount surely XXX gets updated on the client side?
so if you update the softlink on the server then it should update...
unless XXX is a directory...possibly...
No...that doesn't make sense
"trusted" on the client side?
Look up applescripts over TCP/IP and how they can...
>Sun is application server for mac client.
>When I need to upgrade the release I need to unshare/share >the resources.
>Tools with beautiful GUI is the best way to managment few >client; for more client is better use script
Here's a hint. Before you unshare your...
Originally posted by strobe
You obviously didn't read the post.
I read what I (and plainly others) could make sense of.
First of all PTHClock does indeed conflict with the menus since it's drawn in the vague area where menu items may or may not exist depending how large your screen is...
I wouldn't suggest that you run to all clients. I would say that you be a little careful about when you run your reboots or your share/unshares. Why do you change this? Maybe what you need to do is put your share higher up the file list?
Or maybe lower down the directory structure.
Otherwise how do PTHClock and ClassicMenu work?
PTHClock is an app that draws itself in menu space at the top of the window. It's clickable because it is always on top of the menu and you can't move a window over it.
This is, therefore, a non-issue.
Of course you are going to get stale NFS file handles if you do that!!!! Shows that NFS is working.
Try unmounting the resource first on the Mac side.
Alternatively....make your Solaris server reboot faster. The problem is that BSD is checking the NFS resource and not finding it on the...