In an attempt to fix my automnter troubles (amd'd directories
habg after time). I downlaode the latest amd binary from unstable, as
some kind soul sugested.
Wehn I installed it I got a message to the effect that there are
new config files and it would convert my old ones for me. Well that didn't
work, so I tried the new configuration tool for amd. It created some files
for me as follows:
-a /amd -r /net /etc/amd/amd.net
Yet when I run adm here is waht I get
Script started on Tue Nov 12 20:27:47 1996
Nov 12 20:27:50 yogi amd/info: My ip addr is 0x100007f
Nov 12 20:27:50 yogi amd/info: file server localhost type local starts up
$ Nov 12 20:27:50 yogi amd/fatal: No work to do - quitting
Nov 12 20:27:50 yogi amd/info: Finishing with status 0
Script done on Tue Nov 12 20:27:53 1996
Can anyone give me a clue how to make this work?
What I want is really very simple, I wan to be able to access all
exported filesystems on all machines on the local network as
Any help would be greatly appreciated
Stan Brown firstname.lastname@example.org 404-996-6955
Factory Automation Systems
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