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Sams Teach Yourself Network Troubleshooting in 24 Hours, Second Edition by Jonathan Feldman

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Q&A

Q1: I can’t get to a file on my G: drive (it’s mapped to my UNIX server’s /home file system), but the person next to me can. When I log in as her, I can get to the file. What’s up with this?
A1: UNIX security and file permissions is a reasonably large topic, and I touch on it in Hour 18, “Managing Change: Establishing Consistency and Standards.” To answer your question, though, it’s likely that the file or directory belongs to a group that you do not belong to. Look at the group on the file using ls -la and add yourself to that group.
Q2: We’ve recently gotten a new Internet service provider, and all of our IP numbers have changed. Now, everytime I boot my UNIX system, I get “NFS Server Belboz not responding.” What’s going on?
A2: It’s ...

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