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Revision 1.1, Mon Apr 18 05:15:37 1994 UTC (25 years, 7 months ago) by glass
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move bootpd from othersrc to libexec.  add bootptab file

# /etc/bootptab: database for bootp server (/etc/bootpd)
# Last update Mon 11/7/88 18:03
# Blank lines and lines beginning with '#' are ignored.
#
# Legend:
#
#	first field -- hostname
#			(may be full domain name and probably should be)
#
#	hd -- home directory
#	bf -- bootfile
#	cs -- cookie servers
#	df -- dumpfile
#	dn -- domain name
#	ds -- domain name servers
#	gw -- gateways
#	ha -- hardware address
#	ht -- hardware type
#	im -- impress servers
#	ip -- host IP address
#	lg -- log servers
#	lp -- LPR servers
#	ns -- IEN-116 name servers
#	rl -- resource location protocol servers
#	rp -- root path
#	sm -- subnet mask
#	sw -- swap server
#	tc -- template host (points to similar host entry)
#	to -- time offset (seconds)
#	ts -- time servers

#
# Be careful about including backslashes where they're needed.  Weird (bad)
# things can happen when a backslash is omitted where one is intended.
#


# First, we define a global entry which specifies the stuff every host uses.

global.dummy:\
        :sm=255.255.255.0:\
        :hd=/home/nfsclient:bf=null:\
        :ds=128.32.149.141:\
        :ns=0x80020b4d 0x80020ffd:\
        :ts=0x80020b4d 0x80020ffd:\
        :to=18000:

# Next, we can define different master entries for each subnet. . .

#subnet13.dummy:\
#	:tc=global.dummy:gw=128.2.13.1:
#
#
# We should be able to use as many levels of indirection as desired.  Use
# your imagination. . .
#


# Individual entries (could also have different servers for some/all of these
# hosts, but we don't really use this feature at CMU):

#carnegie:tc=subnet13.dummy:ht=ieee802:ha=7FF8100000AF:ip=128.2.11.1:
#baldwin:tc=subnet19.dummy:ht=ethernet:ha=0800200159C3:ip=128.2.11.10:


#example nfs diskless client

#timesink:hd=/home/nfsclient/timesink:\
#	tc=subnet149.dummy:ht=ethernet:ha=0800200168A7:ip=128.32.149.20: