[RC5] Remote buffers from command line
bwilson at fers.com
Tue Jan 25 11:16:49 EST 2000
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You can still do this, you just have to map a drive:
net use e: "\\remote1\c$\Program Files\dnetc"
net use e: /d
Make that a batch file where "remote1" is a parameter, and use a second
batch file to step through each machine name, calling the first file.
Bruce Wilson, Manager, FERS
bwilson at fers.com, 312.245.1750, http://www.fers.com
PGP KeyID: 5430B995, http://www.geocities.com/bruce-wilson/
"In your CONFIG.SYS, you forgot to specify BUGS=OFF."
|From: owner-rc5 at lists.distributed.net
|[mailto:owner-rc5 at lists.distributed.net]On Behalf Of Mark Hill
|Sent: Tuesday, January 25, 2000 10:04
|To: rc5 at lists.distributed.net
|Subject: [RC5] Remote buffers from command line
|Sometime ago, in the pre-8000 clients, it was possible to make the
|client use remote buffer files from the command line. This was with
|the "-in" and "-out" switches. I used to use the win32 client to
|update the buffer files of a dos client over the network, entering
|the paths as UNC paths.
|However, with the latest 8005 client, this no longer works. The "-in"
|and "-out" options have gone and have been replaced with "-inbase"
|and "-outbase". Problem is, these options don't like UNC pathnames
|and the client does nothing when it's run with them.
|Is there any other way to make a client use remote buffers from the
|command line (so it can be scripted to do several machines)? I've had
|to revert to the less satisfactory (and somewhat error-prone) method
|of copying the buffers files locally, updating them, and copying them
|Mark Hill, Software Engineer
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