[OpenAFS] Mac OS X: Home directory on AFS

Derek T. Yarnell derek@cs.umd.edu
Thu, 30 May 2002 10:33:17 -0400

Question, I have looked around but I can't find how to install afs (once 
compiled ) on MacOS X 10.1. I mean I have to make a bunch of dirs like 
/usr/vice, etc.. What about the cache location, and afsd options? 

Can someone point me in the right direction?

On Wed, May 29, 2002 at 10:15:55PM +0200, Helge Bahmann wrote:
> Hello list!
> Sorry if this appears to be very
> I have successfully made OpenAFS client running on Mac OS 10.1 (server is
> Linux), i.e. the /afs filespace is visible, and (after manually running
> "aklog" to convert the tickets obtained at login time) accessible from the
> clients.
> Now I want to move the users' home directories to AFS, and this is where I
> am hitting the wall: it appears that basically all I have to do is to call
> aklog at the "right" step during login procedure -- unfortunately I have
> so far been unsuccessful in finding this "right" step.
> Question: Has someone successfully finished a setup like the one above?
> Which part of the login sequence do I have to modify to accomplish what I
> want?
> Thanks and best regards
> -- 
> Helge Bahmann <bahmann@math.tu-freiberg.de>             /| \__
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Derek T. Yarnell
University of Maryland
Computer Science Department Unix Staff