On Mon, Nov 19, 2018 at 2:28 PM <gregory.lee.bartholomew(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I have created a separate pitch with the NFS4/KRB content titled "How to Secure
NFS4 with Kerberos Authentication".
I also tried to break the Netboot article up into a "Part 1" that could be
without needing NFS4/KRB and a "Part 2" that will show how to add the NFS4/KRB
to the setup created in Part 1. Part 2 can, as you pointed out, be cut down
significantly if the NFS4/KRB article is already published by simply including a
link over to it.
Let me know what you think should be done next.
Wow! That went to publication fast! Thanks!
I actually had a few small questions:
1. I used the "$" symbol for the bash prompt, but all the commands are
meant to be run as root which is normally indicated by a "#" prompt. I
thought the latter made everything look like comments though, so I
wanted the editor's opinion on how that should be represented. It is a
very minor detail and probably doesn't matter either way.
2. I had an idea for a somewhat comical cover image showing the linux
penguin flying through a "series tubes" (an oblique reference to
senator Ted Stevens' comment:
) between a server and
some client workstations. Maybe next time? Or do you guys prefer to do
your own artwork?