rfcp <local file> <castor file> rfcp <castor file> <local file>
Castor 2 environment
export RFIO_USE_CASTOR_V2=YES export STAGE_HOST=castorpublic export STAGE_SVCCLASS=default
I installed OpenAFS package (AUR). For 2.6.23 kernel it was smooth, no patch needed. A good trick is to delete the
etc entry in the
pkg directory and repackage it (
makepkg -fR). That excludes configuration files from the package and keeps your original configuration.
Then, I had to prepare a standalone partition for cache. using parted I made an
ext2 partition and mounted it as
/var/cache/afs. This path went to
The cache size must be less than 95% of the partition size, if you make to large, afsd will tell you.
I modified PAM configuration. I added a line to
auth sufficient pam_afs.so use_first_pass ignore_root
pam_afs.so is a link to
Then, I configured Kerberos5, here is the resulting /etc/krb5.conf.
First, obtain a TGT ticket by
kinit and chect it by
klist. Update your
.ssh/config entry for the server you intend and enable GSSAPI authetication:
Host calc HostName pctotem31 PubkeyAuthentication no GSSAPIAuthentication yes GSSAPIDelegateCredentials yes
More information can be found here.
Follow the CERN CVS manual.
Lots of useful hints can be found here https://linux.web.cern.ch/linux/docs/printing.shtml
The list of CERN printers (and their settings) can be obtained here: https://winservices.web.cern.ch/winservices/Services/Printers/Default.aspx
For CUPS, the LPD queue is of form
lpd:server/queue, for example
. For CERN printers it means lpd:NAME.print.cern.ch/NAME