[lug] Sharing of CD ROM...
LittleViggy at alum.manhattan.edu
Thu Dec 19 17:39:46 MST 2002
Well, yes, but I thought there was a way to export a CD directly. I
guess I'll do that (just trying to learn more new stuff)...
> On Thu, 2002-12-19 at 15:13, Mr Viggy wrote:
>>It looks like I have HFS working between two machines. One is my
>>laptop, running Slackware, the other is a "work in progress" that I
>>booted from Slackware "network" disks. I can mount exported files on
>>the floppy booted machine, but I can't see the cdrom. Is there a trick
>>to share out a CD-ROM?
>>The problem: I have an old 233MHz P2-MMX machine that I want to turn
>>into a firewall/router for my DSL connection. The CD drive is an OLD
>>quad speed that will not read CD-R's. So, it won't read my Slackware
>>install CDROM. I figured I could do an NFS install, but I can't seem to
>>get the re-build machine to see the CD on the laptop.
> can you just copy all the pkgs in to a dir and export it...then
> point install scrip at dir with pkgs ?
> jd at taproot.bz
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