This writeup was done on Debian Server and Ubuntu Desktop. Our goal is to automounting home directories using NIS, NFS and autofs.
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The Network Information Service (NIS), utilizes daemons and a database to provide centralized authentication in a client-server architecture for Linux. It’s similar to the way the Active Directory provides centralized authentication for Windows clients in a Microsoft network. You only need to create, configure and modify objects ONCE on the NIS server. Those changes are then implemented on ALL your NIS clients.
The NFS (Network File System) protocol allows a system to share directories and files with others over a network (Unix and Linux envirenments).
SQLite is an embedded relational database engine. Its developers call it a self-contained, serverless, zero-configuration and transactional SQL database engine. It is very popular and there are hundreds of millions copies worldwide in use today. In this post, we’ll see how to install it.