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The following task map describes the tasks need to access removable media on a remote system.
You can configure your system to share its media drives to make any media in those drives available to other systems. One exception is musical CDs. Once your media drives are shared, other systems can access the media they contain simply by mounting them. For instructions, see How to Access Removable Media on Remote Systems.
share -F nfs -o ro /media/sol_10_1008_SPARC
# svcs *nfs*
The following output is returned from the svcs command if NFS server service is running:
online 14:28:43 svc:/network/nfs/server:default
If the NFS server service is running, go to Step 7.
If the NFS server service is not running, go to the next step.
# svcadm enable network/nfs/server
Verify that the NFS daemons are running.
# svcs -p svc:/network/nfs/server:default STATE STIME FMRI online Aug_30 svc:/network/nfs/server:default Aug_30 319 mountd Aug_30 323 nfsd
If the media is available, its share configuration is displayed.
# share - /media/sol_10_1008_sparc sec=sys,ro ""
Example 3-3 Making Local DVDs or CDs Available to Other Systems
The following example shows how to make any local DVD available to other systems on the network.
# vi /etc/dfs/dfstab (Add the following line:) # share -F nfs -o ro /media # svcs *nfs* # svcadm enable network/nfs/server # svcs -p svc:/network/nfs/server:default # share - /media/sol_10_1008_sparc ro ""
Example 3-4 Making Local Diskettes Available to Other Systems
The following example shows how to make any local diskette available to other systems on the network.
# vi /etc/dfs/dfstab (Add the following line, for example) share -F nfs -o ro /media/myfiles # svcs *nfs* # svcadm enable network/nfs/server # svcs -p svc:/network/nfs/server:default # share - /media/myfiles rw ""
You can access media on a remote system by manually mounting the media into your file system. Also, the remote system must have shared its media according to the instructions in How to Make Local Media Available to Other Systems.
$ mkdir /directory
where /directory is the name of the directory that you create to serve as a mount point for the remote system's DVD.
$ showmount -e system-name
# mount -F nfs -o ro system-name:/media/media-name local-mount-point
Is the name of the system whose media you will mount.
Is the name of the media you want to mount.
Is the local directory onto which you will mount the remote media.
$ ls /media
Example 3-5 Accessing DVDs or CDs on Remote Systems
$ showmount -e starbug export list for starbug: /media/sol_10_1008_sparc (everyone) $ ls /net/starbug/media/ sol_10_1008_sparc
Example 3-6 Accessing Diskettes on Other Systems
# showmount -e mars export list for mars: /media/floppy (everyone) $ cd /net/mars $ ls media myfiles