Diff for /wikisrc/tutorials/how_to_set_up_nfs_and_nis.mdwn between versions 1.6 and 1.7

version 1.6, 2020/09/08 21:05:59 version 1.7, 2020/09/09 14:28:56
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 The first thing we should do is decide on a NIS domain name. This has nothing to do with your machine's Internet domain name. It is just a unique name that is used to identify machines in the same NIS block.   The first thing we should do is decide on a NIS domain name. This has nothing to do with your machine's Internet domain name. It is just a unique name that is used to identify machines in the same NIS block. 
   
 The domainname is set (as root) using the [domainname(1)](//man.NetBSD.org/domainname.1) program, or can be set in the /etc/mydomain file.     The domainname is set (as root) using the [[!template id=man name="domainname" section="1"]] program, or can be set in the /etc/mydomain file.   
 Alternatively, in most BSD systems, it can be set in /etc/rc.conf under the variable `domainname`.   Alternatively, in most BSD systems, it can be set in /etc/rc.conf under the variable `domainname`. 
           
   
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     # /etc/rc.d/yppasswdd start      # /etc/rc.d/yppasswdd start
           
   
 [rpc.yppasswdd(8)](//man.NetBSD.org/rpc.yppasswdd.8) must be running on the NIS master server to allow users to change information in the password file.     [[!template id=man name="rpc.yppasswdd" section="8"]] must be running on the NIS master server to allow users to change information in the password file.   
 [ypserv(8)](//man.NetBSD.org/ypserv.8) provides information from NIS maps to the NIS clients on the network.     [[!template id=man name="ypserv" section="8"]] provides information from NIS maps to the NIS clients on the network.   
 [ypbind(8)](//man.NetBSD.org/ypbind.8) finds the server for a particular NIS domain and stores information about it in a "binding file".  [[!template id=man name="ypbind" section="8"]] finds the server for a particular NIS domain and stores information about it in a "binding file".
   
 After that, you can use ypinit:   After that, you can use ypinit: 
           
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 #  See also   #  See also 
   
   * [mount_nfs(8)](//man.NetBSD.org/mount_nfs.8) manpage     * [[!template id=man name="mount_nfs" section="8"]] manpage 
   
   

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