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Re: netatalk setup gaflooey

On Wed, May 02, 2001 at 01:00:04AM -0500, will trillich wrote:
> awesome! worked like a charm.
> so how do you set mac-mongo-kahuna-superuser? i can log in as a
> user and get my home directory, but it'd be nice to yank other
> files for easy backups... is this difficult?

well whatever you do don't enable root login!  afp passwords are

edit /etc/netatalk/AppleVolumes.default

i have for example:

# don't export $HOME as macos dribbles hfs crap all over the place
# instead put it in a playpen where the mess can be contained.
~/afp/                  "afp"   options=,nocrlf,noadouble

note that the noadouble doesn't seem to work, or my understanding of
what it does is flawed.  i hate all that HFS garbage littering my home
directory.  any export without ~ should be available to everyone,
permissions are controlled just the same as thier unix uid.  beware
that files owned by root will be owned by `<any user>' on macos since
uid=0 is <any user> on macos.  im pretty sure that afpd is smart
enough to not let normal users run around chmoding and chowning and
scribbling files owned by root, but i would double check...

Ethan Benson

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