Sharing DocuSP Drives to a
Configuring DocuSP Drive to be
At the DocuSP:
- Open a terminal window.
- Logon as root
- At the # prompt, type admintool and press your <Enter> key.
- In the admintool dialog select
menu item Browse:Users.
- Select menu item Edit:Add.
- Add User Name: macusername.
Add Home Directory/Path: /var/spool/shared
directory is a sample
listing. I used /var/spool/tecktest.
Exit from admintool.
- In the terminal window at the #
prompt, type the following strings: echo "share -F
nfs -o nosuid,rw /var/spool/shared
directory" >> /etc/dfs/dfstab <Enter>
/etc/init.d/nfs.server stop <Enter>
/etc/init.d/nfs.server start <Enter>
chmod 777 /var/spool/shared
chown macusername /var/spool/shared
exit <Enter> (to exit from the root user account)
exit <Enter> (to close the terminal window)
Mounting Shared Drive on Mac OS 9
At the Macintosh OS 9
http://www.thursby.com/support/evaluations.html, download a trial version of
MacNFS and see if this solution is appropriate for your work path. If it is,
arrange to purchase this utility from their website.
We've tested this only at a
cursory level. This utility is a suggested remedy, is not the sole remedy and is
not supported or officially recommended by Xerox Corp.
Mounting Shared Drive on Mac OS X
At the Macintosh OS X
- Click on Finder menu choice Go.
- Select Connect to Serverů
- Complete the Address field by
Note: ###.###.###.### represents the ip address of
DocuSP whose hard drive you wish to mount and /var/spool/shared
is the same directory you listed in At the DocuSP: step 3. I
used /var/spool/tecktest when I set up my
Make sure that there are no spaces in the line you type into the
- Click on the [Connect] button.
The mounted drive's icon should appear on your desktop.
Written by Norman Teck
Updated March 13, 2004