AFS Client Installation Guide for Macintosh Systems
Started January 19th, 2007. The goal of the project is to develop an open-source, enterprise-class "AFS WebDAV" gateway to provide Kerberos authenticated, high-efficiency AFS sessions without the OpenAFS client via an unprivileged gateway server. Deployed at https://webdav-test.mit.edu/. AFS WebDAV - presbrey.mit.edu
[Project goals][Supported platforms][Project status][Distribution][Documentation][Mailing lists][CVS][Links] Project goals Arla is a free AFS implementation. The arla project.
help.unc.edu >> AFS Installation Guide for OS X 10.3
What is AFS and why do I need it? AFS provides a system of accessing network file servers in a reasonable and scalable manner. So from a user standpoint, it's much like SMB/CIFS and Appleshare. A lot of universities (such as UNC Chapel Hill, where I work) use it to provide integrated access to files on central servers. AFS and OS X
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Untitled Document AFS on Mac OS X Is AFS is running? Starting AFS by hand Stopping AFS kAuth unexpected quit Why doesn't AFS icon appear on my desktop?
Untitled Document Mac OS X Software Notes These are the steps I follow when installing a new desktop Mac. Software Update Developer Tools Fink
CSC:CSC Mac OS X Software Notes Getting Started You've just unpacked the new Mac. First things first - you'll want to set the time zone, time, and create the first account. I usually make the first account an admministrative one called 'help'.
kerberos_afs_login.html Caveats: this worked for me, but your mileage may vary. I'm using 10.2.5, and I haven't tried it with other sub-versions. It should work with 10.2.
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For help or if you have questions or problems, please contact the Solution Center, 195 Durham Center, firstname.lastname@example.org or call IT Services at 294-4000. About OpenAFS AFS is a distributed filesystem product, pioneered at Carnegie Mellon University and supported and developed as a product by Transarc Corporation (now IBM Pittsburgh Labs). It offers a client-server architecture for file sharing, providing location independence, scalability and transparent migration capabilities for data. AIT Tech - Mac OS X How To: OpenAFS
The Tao of Mac - OpenAFS