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Date: Fri, 4 Oct 1991 16:48 EDT
From: email@example.com (Rodney Daughtrey)
I'm trying to install NFS on our 36xx machines so that we may use a
loaded Sun as a file server for our Symbolics machines.
... But "Network
RPC" was not listed in the systems available for loading.
So...where is this system? Is it a component system? What am I doing
wrong? Any ideas?
You mean they wanted to tell you literally what to do????
Where's the fun in that? :>
Actually, it's called just plain old RPC.
And btw, NFS-CLIENT is tucked away inside NFS-SERVER (on the tape) ---
the system you want _is_ called NFS-CLIENT, though.
You get much better clues from the Software Installation Guide. On p.219 is a
section on "Storing Genera Sources on a UNIX..."
Make sure that SYS:EMBEDDED; gets translated onto your lispm too, the
docs missed that one in one place.
- Network RPC
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Rodney Daughtrey)