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In Mac OS X Server, you can either connect a keyboard and monitor to a server and edit these settings locally, or you can use the Network Setup command-line tool to configure network services on a server remotely. A “network service” is a complete collection of settings for a specific network hardware port. You may have one or several network services for a given hardware port. The Network Setup Tool allows you to m enable or disable network services m create new network services m set the order of network services m configure the TCP/IP options of the network services m set other networking options for the services, such as proxy server information Using Network Setup Network Setup is a command-line tool that you use with a terminal application and SSH (Secure Shell).
Check the applicable licensing agreements and follow their requirements. Important Follow these steps to install software on a server. 1 Insert the application disc in the optical drive of the server that you want to install the software on. 2 Open a SSH connection in Terminal and log in to the target server. 3 Type the installer command. It will be some variation of the following (parameters in square brackets are optional): installer [-volinfo] [-pkginfo] [-allow] [-dumplog] [-help] [verbose] [-vers] [-config] [-plist] [-file
For help): L /dev/rdisk3 map block size =512 #: type name length base 1: Apple_partition_map Apple Apple63 @ 1 2: Apple_Driver43*Macintosh 56 @ 64 3: Apple_Driver43*Macintosh 56 @ 120 4: Apple_Driver_ATA*Macintosh 56 @ 176 5: Apple_Driver_ATA*Macintosh 56 @ 232 6: Apple_FWDriver Macintosh 512 @ 288 7: Apple_Driver_IOKit Macintosh 512 @ 800 8: Apple_Patches Patch Partition 512 @ 1312 9: Apple_HFS part1 241252896 @ 1824 Step 4: Unmount the secondary hard disk Use disktool to unmount (or eject) all the partitions of disk 1.