Archive for ‘osx Server’ Category
Posted on 12:12, January 11th, 2008 by Many Ayromlou
So what are you waiting for…..fire up those downloads :-)
Posted on 22:02, January 4th, 2008 by Many Ayromlou
Well, you learn something new everyday. Here is what I picked up today….If you ever install an application that came as a OSX package, there is a good chance that the installer has installed files all over your machine. There is also a good chance that the installer has left you a little gift — a way out if you like — in /Library/Receipts folder on your mac.
You see, if the author/packager has done their job correctly (most do), there is a Bill Of Material (known as a bom file) that is copied onto your system. In the example below I wanted to check the files that got installed on my machine by the MacFUSE installer so here are the commands I issued:
Posted on 13:17, December 15th, 2007 by Many Ayromlou
If you ever need to check the DNS hostname under OSX server here is the command:
If you’re having trouble kerberizing your Open Directory under OSX server then you are also most likely having hostname problems. Run the first command to check the hostname information and make sure “Current Hostname” and “DNS Hostname” in it’s output match. If they don’t use the second command to change (fix) it (assuming your DNS is working properly). Then you can go to Server Admin and under Open Directory/Settings press the Kerberize button that Pops up on the lower left.