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  • 1. http://www.das.com.tw E-Mail: contact@das.com.tw Copyright © 2003 das technology co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
  • 2. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual CONTENTS Version 2.3 Oct. 16, 2003..............................................................................4 I. Installation...................................................................................................4 Preinstallation.............................................................................................5 Installation...................................................................................................5 Installation FAQ........................................................................................14 II. Administration...........................................................................................19 II-1 File...............................................................................................20 II-1.1 Other Functions................................................................22 II-2 WWW..........................................................................................23 II-2.1 FTP Virtual Directory (only available for Wu-Ftp or ProFTP)......................................................................................23 II-2.1.1 Building FTP Virtual Directory................................23 II-2.1.2 Check or Edit FTP Virtual Directory........................28 II-2.2 WWW Virtual Directory.....................................................32 II-2.2.1 Setup and administration of web pages.................32 II-2.2.2 Building WWW Virtual Directory.............................33 II-2.2.3 Check or Edit WWW Virtual Directory....................38 II-2.3 Deleting Virtual Directory..................................................40 II-2.3.1 Deleting FTP virtual directory.................................40 II-2.3.2 Deleting WWW virtual directory..............................40 II-3 User.............................................................................................41 II-3.1 Introduction of the USER menu........................................43 II-3.2 Introduction of SORT menu..............................................49 II-3.3 Introduction of the DIRECTORY menu.............................51 II-3.4 Introduction of the SUMMARY menu................................57 II-3.5 Example............................................................................61 II-4 Mail..............................................................................................64 II-4.1 Outbound Queue..............................................................65 II-4.2 Inbound Queue.................................................................66 II-4.3 General Option..................................................................67 II-4.4 Connection........................................................................68 das technology 2
  • 3. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual II-5 Service........................................................................................69 II-6 DHCP (not available on MAC yet, only on Linux).......................70 II-7 Printer Server..............................................................................72 II-7.1 Printer Setup.....................................................................72 II-8.2 Printer Queue....................................................................76 II-8.3. Examples.........................................................................78 II-8 Remote Control (not Available on MAC yet, only on Linux)........81 II-8.1 Server Side.......................................................................81 II-8.2 Client Side.........................................................................83 II-9 Uninstall/Restore (not Available on MAC yet, only on Linux).....88 II-10 Backup......................................................................................92 II-11 Configure...................................................................................99 Appendix.......................................................................................................101 A. What files will be changed?...............................................................101 B. What files will be copied?...................................................................101 C. How do I check installation result?....................................................101 das technology 3
  • 4. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual LSP for Mac Manual Oct. 16, 2003 Version 2.3 I. Installation This version will work with migration from NT4.0/ 2000 to MAC OS X (10.2). However, demo version is limited to use on computer with private IP address 192.168.0.1, and expires end of 2003. Installation Procedures There are three files: package (a directory actually, but if you download it from our website, it will be a zip file), lspinstall.tar.gz, manual.doc. "Manual.doc" is the user manual. "Setup.exe" in "package" is executed on Windows. Please first copy "lspinstall.tar.gz" to Mac OS X. If your OS is NT, please first have Service Pack3 or newer and Option Pack 4 installed on Windows. And please make sure you have enabled ” Windows Scripting host” item in the option pack. If you cannot install option pack, then please install "ste51en.exe" instead.(If your OS is Windows 2000, please skip this section). "Ste51en.exe" can be downloaded from http://www.microsoft.com/msdownload/ vbscript/scripting.asp. After entering the website, click on download version 5.1, then download "ste51en.exe" to your computer. Finally, double-click "ste51en.exe" to begin the installation. (The functions of "ste51en.exe" are the same with those of Windows Scripting Host.) das technology 4
  • 5. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Preinstallation Samba: (please ignore this step if you will not migrate from Windows to Mac OS X) If you have a freshly installed Mac OS X server, normally, it will automatically install samba for you. Please make sure your Samba is working. We do need Samba working to copy file from Windows to Mac OS X. But you do not need to worry about configuring Samba. LSP will do the configuration automatically for you. Installation Step1: ( please ignore this step if you will not migrate from Windows to Mac OS X) Please execute “packagesetup.exe” on Windows by double-clicking on “setup.exe” with the mouse to begin installation. Then, go to StartProgram lspinstall and run lspinstall. Fig I-1 will pop up. Fig I-1 This Window will show your hard disk serial number. Please copy this hard disk serial number and enter (paste) it in the register.htm explained below. Please go to http://www.das.com.tw/register.htm and complete LSP registration. It will require you to provide an IP address which your Mac OS X server want to use after LSP installation completes, and also the hard disk serial number you see in above window. Please do provide IP you want your Mac OS X server to use! Upon the completion of your registration, a Mac OS X password and a hard disk password will be das technology 5
  • 6. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual assigned to you. Then enter hard disk password in above window, and then click Next. das technology 6
  • 7. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual It will start collecting necessary configuration information on Windows. Just click on Next Button. It might take a while, normally a few seconds. Please wait until a popup message appears. Fig I-2 Step 2 : The popup message will ask you to perform step 2 on Mac OS X. Autorun: If your machine supports “Autorun”, when running LSP disk, windows as Fig I-3 and Fig I-4 will pop up. Fig I-3 is the window with the message to ask you do you wish to run “autorun?” Fig I-4 is the window of LSP disk files. Fig I-3 das technology 7
  • 8. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Fig I-4 In Fig I-3, please press Yes to start installation. After a few minutes, the window as Fig I-5 will pop up. And the following steps are entering serial number and password; please refer to Fig I-7 and page9. Note: Because “Autorun” install LSP in default path “/root/lspinstall” and it can’t be changed. If you want to install LSP in other path, please choose No in Fig I-3 to cancel “Autorun” and consult next section to execute “manual installation”. Fig I-5 das technology 8
  • 9. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Manual Installation: Untar lspinstall.tar.gz to any directory you want on your Mac OS X Server copy “lspinstall.tar.gz” to any directory you want the LSP program to be. And then untar it with “ tar zxvf lspinstall.tar.gz”. For example: “cp lspinstall.tar.gz /english” “cd /english” “tar zxvf lspinstall.tar.gz” Then you will find files extracted to “/english/lspinstall” directory Please execute the “./install” file on Mac OS X (/english/lspinstall/). A window will appear as Fig I-5, please click Next and a window, as Fig I-6 will pop up. Please fill out the serial number and password. The second part of this window asks if you would like to migrate all the passwords from Windows to Mac OS X. If No is chosen, the passwords of all the users will have to be created again after the installation of LSP, using our User Manager! If Yes is selected, all the passwords on Windows will be migrated to Mac OS X. Telnet, Wuftp, Samba, Sendmail and Mac OS X login are tested OK, using the passwords migrated from Windows. However, it is strongly suggested that the password of "root" should be changed, using our User Manager, before the system reboots! If “SERIAL NUMBER” AND “PASSWORD” are all entered correctly, Fig I-7 will pop up as the illustration below. Please input IP/ Gateway IP/ Netmask / Password for Windows administrator / DNS name. Step 1 on Windows should have found the IP information, but if you want to change to other IP, you can do so here. Please click Continue button to proceed after you have entered those information. The program will change Mac OS X Configuration information automatically. And it will pop up a message to ask you to perform Step 3 on Windows. das technology 9
  • 10. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Fig I-6 Fig I-7 das technology 10
  • 11. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Fig I-8 Step 3: Copying files from Windows to Mac OS X Fig I-9 das technology 11
  • 12. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual This step will copy all those shared files/directories from Windows to Mac OS X. So this will be a very time consuming step, and time varies. It depends on how much stuff your Windows has. It will copy those directories you defined as “shared”, and you defined in IIS as virtual web directories and FTP directories. Please make sure you have LAN connection between your Windows and Mac OS X boxes. Just click on Next button as in Fig I-9. This step might be very time-consuming, depends on how much shared files, web pages, FTP files you have on Windows. So please be patient during the copying process. If your LAN is not too congested, this copying process will be smooth, and a message box will pop up automatically when it is finished. Step 4. Restructuring Mac OS X Step 3 is a step which Mac OS X server has got all files, and all the configuration information from Windows. And now after step 3 finished, please perform step 4 on Mac OS X Server, which will use those Windows configuration information to restructure, and make all major configuration information to be similar to Windows! Simply click on Continue button! Fig I-10 das technology 12
  • 13. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual After Step 4 is finished, a message box as Fig I-11 pops up and suggest you to reboot Mac OS X Server. Please reboot Mac OS X, and disconnect original Windows server from your network. (Because now the Mac OS X Server will have the same IP address as that on the Windows Server.) Fig I-11 das technology 13
  • 14. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Installation FAQ 1.1 Setup program on Windows requires to restart Windows Normally, LSP installation will not require restarting. But sometimes, if Windows might require you to restart, then, please restart the computer. 1.2 Setup program on Windows prompts you that it can not overwrite some DLL files. That is why everybody hates Microsoft ! It happens all the time. Please select “ ignore” and proceed with the setup. 1.3 Directories Following directories will be created automatically 1.3.1 /lsproot All shared Windows directories will be copied under this directory, and has the same name as the shared name on Windows. For example a directory on Windows “c:www”, it might have a shared name as “webpage”. Then it will be copied to “/lsproot/webpage”. 1.3.2 “/lsproot/wwwroot” for IIS web pages All virtual web directories defined on Windows, IIS are moved to Mac OS X automatically. For example, a virtual Windows directory “temp2” will be moved to “/lsproot/wwwroot/temp2”. Please notice LSP only support migration for IIS web pages. And /lsproot/wwwroot will be configured as the default document root on Mac OS X Apache server. You will find out during the next section, those Read/Write/Index permission configurations are moved as well. 1.3.3 “/lsproot/ftproot” for IIS web pages All virtual web directories defined on Windows, IIS are moved to Mac OS X automatically. For example, a virtual Windows directory “temp2” will be moved to “/lsproot/ftproot/temp2”. Please notice LSP only support migration for IIS FTP files. And /lsproot/ftpoot will be configured as the default FTP root directory on Mac OS X WuFTP Server. You will find out during the next section, those Read/Write permission configurations are moved as well. das technology 14
  • 15. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual 1.3.4 /lspinfo This directory is used to store Windows configuration information and original Mac OS X configuration. It is not recommended to modify any file in this directory. 1.4 WuFTP or ProFTP LukeFTP is the default FTP server on most Linux distribution OS, and supported by LSP 1.0. But there are more and more people shifting to ProFTP or Wu-FTP. Notice: We have already GUI working for popular Wu- FTP or Pro-FTP already if users are using Linux. This demo version however, will only work with default Luke FTP. We will provide users the flexibility to use WU-FTP or ProFTP in next version 1.5 OS requirement LSP can now work on Mac OS X (10.2), Redhat 6.x./7.x, TurboLinux 6.x/7.x, Mandrake 8.x,.FreeBSD 4.x, United Linux , Caldera, 1.6 Windows requirement ․ NT with option pack 4. If you do not installation option pack (or the setup51.exe mentioned before), LSP will not be able to migrate IIS configuration, but all other configuration information and shared files will still be migrated automatically. ․ Windows 2000 Yes, supported, and service pack 2 required ․ IIS for Web server and FTP server As described above, we only support migration for IIS4.0 now. However, for those Netscape web server users or other Web Server users, you can still copy shared files to the Mac OS X Server, and then use our Windows-like GUI to administer on Mac OS X! 1.7 No existing Windows server to migrate, just want to install on a new Mac OS X server? You are absolutely welcome to do so! Just skip those steps to be performed on Windows! And everything should be fine! But don’t forget to move your das technology 15
  • 16. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual web pages to “/lsproot/wwwroot”, and FTP files to “/lsproot/ftproot” after you finish step. 1.8 In the User Manager for Domain on Windows, some of the user or group accounts have space in it. Although LSP can convert this kind of information to Mac OS X without any problems, user or group accounts with space in them are not allowed on Mac OS X. Please prevent from creating a user or a group account with space in it in that Mac OS X does not support space. This function will be added on in our next version of LSP. 1.9 If you want to retry the installation or uninstall LSP, please delete these two directories --lsproot and lspinfo, then delete the content of /etc/smbasswd. Finally, restart your computer. 1.10 During the installation of LSP, Windows and Mac OS X should be on same LAN, and be able to ping each other 1.11 Will Mac (or Linux server) serve as a PDC on original windows domain? Yes, LSP will automatically configure MAC (or Linux) as a PDC server according to original Windows configuration, same hostname, same domain name. In our formal version, we will provide an additional GUI for users to disable PDC function, and also change domain name/ hostname! 1.12 Password Synchronization This is a complex problem. Please do not hesitate to ask us questions: contact@das.com.tw On MAC, there are two sets of major password systems, one is Netinfo (default), and Samba password (used for domain control and file sharing)). And Windows clients are used to change passwords from their standard “Microsoft Windows control panel” (there is a “password” icon on control panel). But users are not able to change their MAC passwords from Windows clients now! Our solution will migrate Windows passwords to Samba passwords, and allowing users to login to MAC with their original Microsoft passwords, and change both Netinfo/ Samba passwords from das technology 16
  • 17. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual standard Microsoft control Panel! We have our own PAM module to control password, however, users can choose to use original MAC password system. 1. Default LSP configuration LSP will setup the password PAM module automatically, password for system login and file sharing (SAMBA) password s will be same, and migrated from Windows to Mac automatically! And all users/groups are still created on MAC netinfo system! Users can login to same domain name with same password, and change their passwords (for both Samba and MAC OS) simultaneously from Windows control panel, no special tool required! das technology 17
  • 18. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual 2. MAC password system If you choose to use MAC password system, please go to /lspinfo/uninstall directory, there are several subdirectories, each one represent a backup date. Go into that directory and copy all files under pam.d to /etc/pam.d. LSP will still recreate all users/groups in MAC (Netinfo)., and passwords are still migrated from Windows to Samba! However, MAC passwords are not same as Samba (or original Windows passwords). Windows client users will be able to resolve this issue easily, they can still login to the domain with their original windows passwords, and then use typical Windows control panel to change their passwords (for both Samba and Netinfo)! das technology 18
  • 19. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual II. Administration Assuming you install the program to “/lsptemp/lspinstall” directory, then execute “/lsptemp/lspinstall/main”, a main window for LSP will appear as following. Fig II-1 das technology 19
  • 20. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual II-1 File You can click on “File“ in Fig II-1 to administer files and sharing information. If you have successfully finished migration process, those sharing configuration on your Windows server will be imposed on Mac OS X Samba Server automatically. Fig II-2 das technology 20
  • 21. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual It is very similar to “ File Manager ” on Windows. And just like Windows, you can click on any directory, and then click on “File- >content” menu. Fig II-3 will pop up. Fig II-3 ․ Shared/Not Shared Click on shared/not shared radio button to switch shared status. ․ Each shared directory will have default shared configuration as Windows. For example in above situation, user “ homer ” has “ no access ” while “ adamwu ” can “ write ”. ․ Add user permission Just click a user in the upper panel, and select from the “ Share Type ” pull down box in the middle (No access, Read, write), and then click on Add User button. Selected user with the permission will appear in the lower panel. To change someone's permissions, first delete the user content then re- create the user's permissions. ․ Delete User Select the user you want to delete from the lower panel, and then click on Delete User button. das technology 21
  • 22. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual ․ OK button Please remember to click on OK button to write all your modification! Or click on CANCEL to return to Fig II-2 without modification. It will automatically write necessary configuration for you into SAMBA Server. Assuming your original Windows Server name is “lspntserver”, and shared directory name is “ lsp ”, then those window clients (such as win98) still use the same shared name, i.e. lspntserverlsp, to access this shared directory! II-1.1 Other Functions ․ New Directory First, click a directory (this will be the parent directory which LSP will create a subdirectory in) in the left panel. Then Click on “ File ” → “New Directory” menu, and then enter name for the new directory in the popup dialog box. ․ Copy/remove/cut/paste These are all similar to the ones on Windows, and self-explanatory. But make sure you click on a directory that you want to act on from the right panel first. And then click on “ Edit ” →” copy ”, or “ Edit ”→” remove ” … das technology 22
  • 23. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual II-2 WWW II-2.1 FTP Virtual Directory (only available for Wu-Ftp or ProFTP) II-2.1.1 Building FTP Virtual Directory Example : To build a FTP virtual directory named “share1”, whose actual directory is /lsproot/share1, allowing users to connect to this FTP server from any computers through the internet, excluding the IPs ranging from 192.168.1.1/255.255.255.0, and prohibiting login as “ root ”. The steps of set-up are as the following: Step 1:Select the node of “ Default FTP Root “ in the Root Window, as the following illustration. das technology 23
  • 24. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Fig II-4 das technology 24
  • 25. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Step 2 : As the following illustrated, after clicking on the menu “FileNew Directory” the window of “New Properties” will pop up (Fig II-5). Fig II-5 Step 3 : Step 3 : Enter “share1” in the entrybox for “Virtual Name“, then remember to press the OK button as shown by the illustration below.(Note 1) Fig II-6 das technology 25
  • 26. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Step 4 : Before switching to the “ Security “ page, remember to single-click OK button to save any changes made to the “ Basic “ page . After switching to the “ Security “ page, toggle the Allow button next to the “ All Computer DEFAULTED to ” label, which is shown as the following. Fig II-7 Step 5 : Single-click the Add button to add IP(s) to be excluded during the connection to this FTP server. After single-clicking the Add button toggle “IP Group” and enter “192.168.1.1” and “255.255.255.0”. Then please single-click the OK button as illustrated in the following. das technology 26
  • 27. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Fig II-8 Fig II-9 Step 6:As mentioned earlier, single-click the OK button to save any changes made to the “Security“ page before switching to the “Users“ page . Select “root” from the right-side list, then press the Add button to add “root“ to the left-side list, as the following illustration shows. Fig II-10 das technology 27
  • 28. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Note 1 : If Turbolinux is the OS platform that is currently used, the function of "browsing" is not available as a result. You can’t enter the “ Virtual Directory name “ by yourself, then press OK button. Note2: The “Readable” and “Writable” permissions in the basic configurations only go into effective when log on the FTP server with the anonymous account. II-2.1.2 Check or Edit FTP Virtual Directory Example:In order to edit virtual directory “share1” and change it to prohibit all users to connect to this FTP server though the internet except those IPs:192.168.1.1/255.255.255.0、192.168.50.68 and whose DNS is “das.com.tw”. The editing steps are as the following: Note : Change of the real path of the directory already created will not be accepted. Please first delete the directory, then re-create another directory with the path that you would like to change to. Step 1:Select the node of “ Default FTP Root “ in the Root Window, then select “share 1”. Go to File->Properties, then switch to the “ Security “ page, as the following shows. Fig II-11 das technology 28
  • 29. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Step 2:Toggle the “Denied” button next to the “All Computer DEFAULTED to” label, as shown in the illustration below. Fig II-12 Step 3:After single-clicking the Add button, toggle Single IP. Then enter “ 192.168.50.68 “ and single-click the OK button, as the following shows. Fig II-13 das technology 29
  • 30. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Step 4 : Toggle “DNS Name” and enter “das.com.tw“ in the entrybox. Then single-click the OK button as shown in the illustration below. Fig II-14 Step 5 : Single-click the Exit button to return to the “Security“ page in the “FTP Properties“ window. Then single-click the OK button to save any changes made, as shown in the following. Fig II-15 das technology 30
  • 31. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Step 6 : Switch to the “Users“ page, then select “root“ from the list of “Prohibited Users“ in the left-side window, as the following illustration shows. Fig II-16 Step 7:Single-click the Del button to delete the selected “root“ in the list of “Prohibit Users“, and the deleted “root” by now will be returned to the list of “Permitted Users” in the right-side window, as shown in the following illustration. das technology 31
  • 32. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Fig II-17 II-2.2 WWW Virtual Directory II-2.2.1 Setup and administration of web pages In the WWW here, the Document Root of the web pages has been changed to “/lsproot/wwwroot”, so if you are to add new web pages or modify the existing web pages, please follow the steps below. For example, you’d like to create web pages,”product1.html”, “product2.html”, “product3.html”, “product4.html”, for the company product, please put these four files under the directory “product” for the administration purpose in the future. Please do so as the following. When you are on Mac OS X: 1.Create a directory called “product” under “/lsproot/wwwroot” 2.Put “product1.htm”, “product2.html”, “product3.html” and “product4.html” under the directory “product”. 3.Now, you can use your browser to test if the web pages you created are running ok, as the following. http://your_web_address_or_dns/product/product1.html When you are on Microsoft Windows, 1. Click into “Network Neighbors” 2. Click into the domain of “Animal1-nt”(Please choose an actual domain on your Windows). 3. Click into “Coala-nt-01”(Please choose an actual computer name on your Windows). 4. Click on the directory “lsproot” 5. Click on the directory “wwwroot” 6. Choose /FILE/ADD/FILE FOLDER, enter “product”. 7. Copy “product1.htm”, “product2.html”, “product3.html” and “product4.html” under the directory “product”. 8. Use browser (IE or Netscape) to test if the web pages you created are running ok, as the following. http://your_web_address_or_dns/product/product1.html P.S. If your web pages are not placed under “/lsproot/wwwroot”, please put those files under this directory or use FTP/WWW GUI to build a virtual directory. For instance, there is an existing web directory “/lsproot/wwwroot”. You just need to create a virtual directory called “manual”. The detailed creating steps das technology 32
  • 33. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual are described in II-2.2.2 Set up a virtual directory. Upon the completion, the client still uses http://your_web_site_address_or_dns/manual/. II-2.2.2 Building WWW Virtual Directory Example : To build a WWW virtual directory named “ doc “, whose actual directory is /lsproot/share1, allowing CGI programs to be able to be executed from this directory, allowing users to connect to this web server from any computers through the internet, but excluding the connection from das.com.tw ”. The steps of set-up are as the following: Step 1:Select the node of “ Default WWW Root “ in the Root Window, as the following. Fig II-18 das technology 33
  • 34. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Step 2 : Go to menu FileNew Directory, and the window of “New Properties“ will then pop up as illustrated below. Fig II-19 Step 3:Enter “ doc “ in the entrybox of “ Virtual Name “. Besides entering the entrybox for “ Virtual Directory Name “, you can also use the method of browsing. In this example, we choose to enter by ourselves. Enter “ usr/doc “ in the entrybox of “ Virtual Directory Name “, check the “Executable” checkbox, then single-click the OK button to save any changes made, as illustrated below. Fig II-20 das technology 34
  • 35. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Step 4 : Switch to the “ Security “page, and toggle “Allow” next to the “All Computer DEFAULTED to“ label, as shown below. Fig II-21 Step 5 : Single-click the Add button to add IP(s) to be excluded during the connection to this FTP server. After single-clicking the Add button toggle “DNS Name” and enter “das.com.tw“. Then please single-click the OK button as illustrated in the following. Fig II-22 das technology 35
  • 36. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Step 6 : Single-click the Exit button, which by now will return it back to the “Security“ page of the “New Properties“ window. As mentioned earlier, single-click the OK button to save any changes made, as illustrated below. Fig II-23 Step 7:Single-click the Exit button to return to the “Root Window“, and the work of building a WWW virtual directory is thus completed, illustrated as the following. das technology 36
  • 37. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Fig II-24 das technology 37
  • 38. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual II-2.2.3 Check or Edit WWW Virtual Directory Example:In order to edit the WWW virtual directory “ doc “, besides allowing CGI programs to be able to be executed from this directory and allowing Indexes to be built under this directory, all users need to be permitted to connect to this web server through the internet. Step 1 : Select the node of Default WWW Root in the Root Window, then select “doc“. Go to FileProperties, then check the “With Indexes” checkbox and single-click the OK button to save all the changes made, as the following shows. Fig II-25 das technology 38
  • 39. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Step 2 : Switch to the “ Security “ page, and select “ das.com.tw “ in the “ Except following “ list, as shown in the illustration below. Fig II-26 Step 3:Single-click the Del button to delete the selected “das.com.tw “ in the list of “Except following“, and single-click the OK button to save all the changes made, as shown in the following illustration. Fig II-27 das technology 39
  • 40. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Step 4 : Single-click the Exit button to return to the “Root Window“. And by now the properties of the virtual directory “doc“ will be successfully edited as shown below. Fig II-28 II-2.3 Deleting Virtual Directory II-2.3.1 Deleting FTP virtual directory 1. Select the node of “ Default FTP Root “. 2. Select the node of a virtual directory to be deleted. 3. Go to menu File/Delete, and the selected FTP virtual directory will be deleted. II-2.3.2 Deleting WWW virtual directory 1. Select the node of “Default WWW Root “. 2. Select the node of a virtual directory to be deleted. 3. Go to menu File/Delete, and the selected WWW virtual directory will be deleted. das technology 40
  • 41. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual II-3 User 1. Open USER MANAGER. Fig II-29 2.On the menu bar, you will find USER menu, SORT menu, DIRECTORY menu and SUMMARY menu. ◎ Under the USER menu: -ADD USER:to add a new user. -ADD GROUP:to add a new group. -DELETE:to delete a user or a group. -RENAME:to rename a user or a group. -CONTENT:to modify the content for the selected user or the selected group. -CLOSE:to exit USER MANAGER. das technology 41
  • 42. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual ◎ Under the SORT menu: -BY NAME:sorting according to the user's NAME. -BY FULLNAME:sorting according to the user's FULL NAME. ◎ Under the DIRECTORY menu: -ALL SHARED DIRECTORIES:All shared directories in server. -USER DIRECTORY:All shared directories that the selected user can access. ◎ Under the SUMMARY menu: -SUMMARY:The quantity of groups and users and their file size in the computer. das technology 42
  • 43. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual II-3.1 Introduction of the USER menu. i. ADD USER—to add a new user. When adding a user, it is by default permitted to log in the system immediately, and the user account is forever valid. It the valid date of this account is to be changed, please refer to the menu item—CONTENT. When adding a new user, please click on USERADD USER. After the “ADD USER“ window popped up, please enter the information for NAME, FULL NAME, PASSWD, RE-ENTER PASSWORD and GROUP, respectively. ․NAME:the name of the user to be added. ․FULL NAME:the full name of the user to be added. ․PASSWD:Used to set up user's login password. ․REPASSWD : Used to confirm if the password entered is correct, preventing from mistakenly pressing a wrong key. PASSWD and REPASSWD should be exactly the same before user password can be established. ․GROUP : When adding a new user, you can choose to add the user to the groups he belongs to. However, no matter whether the newly added user is added to any groups or not, a new group named exactly with the user's name will be generated accordingly, and the newly added user will automatically be added into this newly generated group. Please first select a group for the user to join from the right-side “not member of following groups” ; then press the << button to select a das technology 43
  • 44. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual group for the user to join. Or to remove a group from the group(s) that the user belongs to, first select a group from the left-side “member of following groups”, then press the >> button to remove the selected group. das technology 44
  • 45. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual After entering all the needed information, do not forget to press OK to complete ADD USER. Otherwise, press CANCEL to cancel ADD USER. Fig II-30 ii. ADD GROUP—to add a new group To add a new group, please click on USERADD GROUP. After the “ADD GROUP” window popped up, please enter the information for NAME, INFO and USER, respectively. ․NAME:the name of the group to be added. ․INFO:the information of the group to be added. ․USER : If you want to add the users in “not member of following groups” to the new group, please first select a user to be added from the right-side “not member of following groups”, then press the << button to add the selected user to the new group. Or to remove the users in “member of following groups”, please first select a user to be removed, then press the >> button to remove the selected user. das technology 45
  • 46. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual After entering all the needed information, do not forget to press the OK button to complete ADD GROUP. Otherwise, press the CANCEL button to cancel ADD GROUP. Fig II-31 iii. DELETE—to delete a user or a group When deleting a user or a group, please first select a user or a group to be deleted. And then, click on USERDELETE. After the window of “ DO YOU WANT TO DEL USER xxx ? “ popped up, please choose Yes to delete, or No to cancel DELETE. xxx means the name of the user or the group to be deleted. Fig II-32 das technology 46
  • 47. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual However, system users or groups cannot be deleted. The following message will be popped up. Fig II-33 iv. RENAME—to rename a user or a group When renaming a user or a group, please first select a user or a group to be renamed, and then click on USERRENAME. After the window of “USER RENAME“ or “GROUP RENAME “ popped up, OLD NAME means the original name of the user or group that you intend to change; while NEW NAME means the new name that you'd like to change to. Please enter a new name. Finally, press Ok to complete RENAME or press Cancel to cancel RENAME. Fig II-34 das technology 47
  • 48. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual v. CONTENT—the content for the selected user or the selected group To edit or to look up the content of a user or a group already been added, please first select the user or the group, then click on USER CONTENT. After the window of “USER CONTENT “ popped up, please press OK after editing, or press CANCEL to exit without any changes been made. When you see the “USER CONTENT“ window, there are two values: “ valid now “ and “valid within days“. Clicking on “valid now” makes the user account void as a result. The user’s login into this server will be forbidden while the account still exists. By re-clicking on “valid now” will return the permissions to this user account. As to “valid within days“ means the valid date of this user account. Entering a positive number means that the account will be expired after the number of days entered; while a negative number represents the expiration of the account. Leaving the entrybox blank will make the user account valid forever. For example entering 5 days in the entrybox means that the user account is valid for five days and that login will not be permitted after the specified period of time. Fig II-35 vi. CLOSE—to exit USER MANAGER TO finish working with USER MANAGER, please click on USERCLOSE das technology 48
  • 49. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual to exit. II-3.2 Introduction of SORT menu i. BYNAME—sorting according to the user’s NAME (according to the alphabetical order) Fig II-36 ii. BYFULLNAME—sorting according to the user's FULL NAME (according to the alphabetical order) das technology 49
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  • 51. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual II-3.3 Introduction of the DIRECTORY menu i. ALL SHARED DIRECTORIES If you want to know how many directories are shared to all people and which users who have permission, you can click ”DIRECTORY→ALL SHARED DIRECTORIES” ( See FigII-38 ) to enter the window “ALL SHARED DIRECTORIES” (See FigII-39). Fig II-38 das technology 51
  • 52. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Fig II-39 das technology 52
  • 53. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual ●CANCEL:Click CANCEL button will close the window. ●SAVE TO FILE : Click SAVE TO FILE button, you can save the information to assigned directory and name(See Fig II-40). Fig II-40 ● DETAILS : Choose the directory you want to survey and click DETAILS button to see a particular detailed list(See FigII-41). das technology 53
  • 54. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Fig II-41 Just click SAVE TO FILE button can also save the information to assigned directory and name. Click CANCEL button will back to previous window. das technology 54
  • 55. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual ii. USER DIRECTORY Overview shared directories which user can read or write. Choose a user in user list and then click “DIRECTORY→USER DIRECTORY”(See Fig II-42), and you can see the entire directories which the user who can read or write(See Fig II-43). Fig II-42 Fig II-43 das technology 55
  • 56. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual ● Save To File:Click Save To File button can save the information into text file with assigned directory and name. ●CANCEL:Close the window.. das technology 56
  • 57. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual II-3.4 Introduction of the SUMMARY menu i. Summary When execute the “Summary” function at the first time, there is a warning message to tell you that you should execute UPDATE first ( See Fig II-44 ) .When executing this function next time, you can choose UPDATE or not UPDATE. Because this step involves showing you file size for each user, it is very time consuming if we run it everytime automatically. So it does not update automatically, and only reflects the size you last run “update” Fig II-44 The SUMMARY window are as following illustrated ( See Fig II-45 ).In the window you can see the quantity of member and total size of each group. The size is displayed in MB. Fig II-45 das technology 57
  • 58. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual ii. In the SUMMARY window, you can choose UPDATE or use the old data in last update. The latest update time will be displayed in the center of the window. ●UPDATE : Click UPDATE will update the data and the update time will be displayed in the center of the window. The message of update successfully is as following(Fig II-46) . Fig II-46 ●USER detail:Click detail button in the row of “TOTAL USER” and the file size and home directory of each user will be showed. ( See FigII-47) das technology 58
  • 59. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual FigII-47 das technology 59
  • 60. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual ●GROUP detail : Click detail button in the row of “TOTAL GROUP” and the file size and users of each group will be showed(See FigII-48). FigII-48 Click the SAVE TO FILE button in both “USER SIZE” and “GROUP SIZE” can save the information into text file with assigned directory and name. And click the CANCEL button will close the window. das technology 60
  • 61. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual II-3.5 Example For example:when adding a G1 group and an U1 user, then adding U1 to G1 Step1. Go to USERADD GROUP on the menu bar. And the following window will pop up. Fig II-49 As the following illustration shows, the new group to be added, in the entry box next to the label “NAME“, enters”G1” ․NAME:G1 In the entry box next to the label “INFO”, enter “NEW GROUP G1” ․INFO:NEW GROUP G1 (the information for G1) Remember to click the OK button to execute the setup. And the new group G1 is added. das technology 61
  • 62. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Fig II-50 Step2. Add a new user U1 to the group G1. Going to USER ADD USER on the menu bar will bring up the following window. Fig II-51 Enter “U1”, the user account to be added, in the entry box next to the label “NAME”, Enter “U1” ․NAME:U1 In the entry box next to the label “FULL NAME”, enter “NEW USER U1”(this is optional). ․FULL NAME:NEW USER U1 Then, enter a password to your preference both in the entry box of “PASSWD” and “REPASSWD”. ․PASSWD:******** ․REPASSWD:******** das technology 62
  • 63. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Finally, find out the group G1 in the list of “not member of following groups” and click on << to add user U1 to group G1. You will see the completed information as the illustration below after every step is done. Fig II-52 Do not forget to press the OK button to save any changes made. Step3. As the following picture shows, let’s get back to the USER MANAGER window to take a look. Fig II-53 We did not add a group named U1, but group U1 was found here. This is because the group U1 was generated by the system automatically. Whenever a user is added, a new group with the same name will be generated accord in accordingly and the newly added user das technology 63
  • 64. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual will be added to the auto-generated group. Step4. Let us firstly select the user U1, then go to USERCONTENT, as the following illustrated. Fig II-54 And you are all set! II-4 Mail Clicks on “ Mail ” button, and Fig II-55 will be shown das technology 64
  • 65. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Fig II-55 II-4.1 Outbound Queue Default displayed window is “Outbound Queue“. Or you can click on the “Outbound Queue” button as in Fig II-55. ․delete button : The list box in the middle will display all the mails which stocked in the queue waiting to be sent outbound. You can select mails in the list, and then click delete to delete. ․delete all button:Delete all mails ․Resend button:It will resend selected mails immediately. ․Resend All button : It will resend all mails immediately. But this might be very time-consuming! das technology 65
  • 66. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual ․Refresh button:It will refresh the list! II-4.2 Inbound Queue Fig II-56 Please select a user from the upper list box, and then the lower list box will display mails stocked in the inbound queue for selected user. For example, user “angie” has several mails in the “Inbound queue” now. You can then click on any mail from the lower list box, and click on delete button! das technology 66
  • 67. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual II-4.3 General Option Clicks on “General Option” button, then Fig II-57 will appear. Fig II-57 This is quite self-explanatory; just fill in the values you want. das technology 67
  • 68. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual II-4.4 Connection Click on “ Connection ”, and you will see Fig II-58. Fig II-58 This window has two panels, left panel is for the rejected list. Simply enter IP address or DNS name in the entry box, and then click on Add button. Vice versa, you can click on an item in the list box, and then click on Delete button, and it will be deleted! Right panel is for allowed list. Simply enter IP address or DNS name in the entry box, and then click on Add button. Vice versa, you can click on an item in the list box, and then click on Delete button, and it will be deleted! Don’t forget to click Save button! das technology 68
  • 69. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual II-5 Service Click on Service button as in Fig II-1, and you will see Fig II-59 Fig II-59 Again, it is quite self-explanatory and almost identical to Windows “service manager”. But it is much simpler. In Windows, you might have to click on several buttons to shutdown a particular service. But here, you only need to select on a service, and click Start or Stop button. And all related service will be taken care of automatically. ․ Database service : We only support PostgreSQL and MySQL in version 1.0. But we do expect to support Oracle, DB2, Informix and Sybase in next version. das technology 69
  • 70. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual II-6 DHCP (not available on MAC yet, only on Linux) Step 1.Open DHCP Fig II-60 Step 2. In order to add a valid IP, please enter “Subnet“, ”Network Mask”, “Gateway“, ”Starting IP“, “Ending IP“ consecutively. The above entered values have to be between 0~255 in order to be effective. The “default lease expiration time“ and “maximum lease expiration time“ must be Arabic numbers. And please keep in mind that the time for both is counted in second(s). Then press the ADD button. The newly added IP will be shown in the right-side window. If an IP in the right-side window is to be deleted, please first select the IP to be deleted, then press DELETE remove the selected IP from the window. das technology 70
  • 71. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Fig II-61 Step3. Finally, please press OK to finish adding a new IP. das technology 71
  • 72. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual II-7 Printer Server II-7.1 Printer Setup 1. To set up a local printer shared for Windows: Step1. Before we start the setup, please make sure that your printer has been connected to the parallel port of your computer. Step2. The option of Shared for WINDOWS has already been toggled by default. Fig II-62 Step3. Please enter a name for the printer to be created, then, press the button Finish to complete setup or Cancel to exit printer setup without anything done. In our example, "HP510" is entered as the following: das technology 72
  • 73. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Fig II-63 das technology 73
  • 74. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Step4. After finishing setting up a new printer, you can choose either to print a test page by clicking on the Print a Test Page button or to exit by pressing the Simply Exit button. Fig II-64 Step5. If the printer name entered overlaps with a printer name already existed, an error message will pop up as the following illustrated. Fig II-65 das technology 74
  • 75. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Step6. Besides, if you press the button Finish without entering a printer name, an error message will also pop up as below. Fig II-66 2. On the main window of printer setup, the other two disabled options, "Shared for UNIX" and "Not shared", will be supported in our next version of LSP! 3. Please keep this in mind that the newly created printer, which is set up to be shared exclusively for Windows, is strongly recommended not to be used locally or the stair-stepping side effect will immediately take place in the printed pages! das technology 75
  • 76. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual II-8.2 Printer Queue 1. Open menu of the window "Available Printers", you will see the menu item "File". Under "File", there are three options, "Delete Printer", "Content" and "Close". Fig II-67 ˙ Delete Printer : Once this option is chosen, the deleted printer will immediately disappear from the window of "Available Printers" and the Network Neighbors of your Windows. ˙ Content : The selection of "Content" will open up the window of "Printer Queue", showing you the queue information of the selected printer. ˙ Close:To exit the window of "Available Printers". 2. Menu of the window "Printer Queue" On the menu bar, you will see two menu items, "File" and "Job". ◎ Under "File", there are two options:"Print File", and "Close". das technology 76
  • 77. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Fig II-68 ˙ Print File: After clicking on this item, a "Print File" window will pop up. You can either directly enter the file path or use the Browse button to browse the file path. ˙ Close:To exit the window of "Printer Queue". ◎ Under "Job", there is only one option, "Delete Job". ˙ Delete Job:To abort a job queued. das technology 77
  • 78. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual II-8.3. Examples Step 1. To display the queue information of printer "HP510": Opening "Printer Queue" will lead you to the window of all the available printers in your system. To see the queue information of a specific printer, please double-click on the printer or highlight the printer and go to "FileContent". In our example, printer "HP510" is selected as below. Fig II-69 Step 2. To print a file with printer "HP510": Please go to "FilePrint File" in the window "Printer Queue", which then opens up the window of "Print File". In the window of "Print File", you can either directly enter the file path or use the Browse option to select the file path as the following. Fig II-70 das technology 78
  • 79. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Fig II-71 Step 3. Then, click on the Print button to print the file entered or the Cancel button to exit without any printing job being delivered. Step 4. If the printing job cannot be executed, the job will be queued and the job information will be shown in the window of "Printer Queue" as illustrated as the following. Fig II-72 Step 5. To abort a job queued: Please first select a job to be deleted, and then go to "JobDelete Job". das technology 79
  • 80. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Step 6. To exit the window of "Printer Queue": Simply go to " FileClose " in the window of "Printer Queue". das technology 80
  • 81. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual II-8 Remote Control (not Available on MAC yet, only on Linux) To make the LSP server, 140.112.2.34, executable on the remote client, 140.112.2.30, please do as the following steps. II-8.1 Server Side 1. To add the IP information of the remote client on the local LSP server, please press the Remote Control icon on the LSP main menu. And window “LOCAL SERVER” will pop up as in Fig II-73. Step1. Press the ADD button and the window as in Fig II-74 will pop up. Fig II-73 Fig II-74 das technology 81
  • 82. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Step2. Enter the required information, Remote IP, DNS Name, Server Name. An example is provided as in Fig II-75. Fig II-75 Press the OK button to proceed to the next step or press the CANCEL button to cancel this program. Step3. After the OK button is pressed, you will see the changes in the window, LOCAL SERVER, as shown in Fig II-76. Fig II-76 das technology 82
  • 83. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual II-8.2 Client Side 1. On the client side with the IP of 140.112.2.34, we’d like to connect to the LSP server, 140.112.2.30 and make LSP executable on 140.112.2.34. Please do as the following steps. Step1. Copy the file “./lspinstall/connect” on your server’s main LSP directory, 140.112.2.30, to any place on the client side, 140.112.2.34. Step2. Please execute the “connect” file, using the command, “./connect”, under the command line on the client side. And the window of “Remote Connection” will pop up as in Fig II-77. Fig II-77 Step3. Enter the required information. “Remote IP” means the IP of the remote LSP server where we’d like to connect to. “Root Password” means the password of root on the remote LSP server. “LSP Path” means the absolute path of LSP on the remote LSP server. Please refer to the example as illustrated below. Keep this in mind that before doing the steps on the client side, the steps on the server side should be completed first! das technology 83
  • 84. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Fig II-78 After entering the necessary information, please press the EXECUTE button to proceed to the next step or press the CANCEL button to cancel this program. Step 4. LSP will be successfully shown on the local client machine, 140.112.2.34. And we will be able to manage LSP on 140.112.2.30 from 140.112.2.34! As you see from Fig II-79, LSP version 2.3 has added new functions— Remote Control, Uninstall, Backup and Configure. To exit LSP, please click on the button on the upper right corner of the LSP main window. das technology 84
  • 85. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Fig II-79 2. Please note that while you proceed to Step 4, the picture of “xeyes” might pop up on the window, as shown in Fig II-80. “xeyes” is the tool for properly showing GUI on a Mac OS X machine so please just minimize it but DO NOT close it! There is no “xeyes” shown in some Mac OS X version, but it doesn’t affect running program normally. Fig II-80 3. After exiting LSP, a window will pop up as shown in Fig II-81 below. Please remember to press the LOGOUT button in order to log out the “Remote Control” completely! And when the LOGOUT button is clicked, “xeyes” will also be exited. Fig II-81 4. In step 3, click Executing other function button and the window “Please select function you want to execute” (See FigII-82)will pop up. Enter the full path in the text field of “Please enter function (full path) you want to execute” and click enter button, the function you want to execute will be displayed. And the executed path and date will be recorded in the list. You don’t have to enter executed path again next time. There are 100 latest executed paths can be recorded in the list. das technology 85
  • 86. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Fig II-82 For example, I want to execute “USER” function of Host side on the client side and the full path is “/home/user”, so I can enter “/home/user” in the text field and click enter. Then the “USER” function will be executed on the client side(See Fig II-83). Fig II-84 is the executed result. Fig II-83 das technology 86
  • 87. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Fig II-84 5. If the program “connect” fails to connect you to the remote LSP server, here is an alternative for you to continue the Remote Control from your local client server. Please do as the following steps. Step1. Please complete the steps on the server side, 140.112.2.30, as mentioned in page 67 and 68. Or you can choose to manually edit the file, “/etc/hosts”, on the LSP server. Write the IP, DNS name and server name of the client machine from where you’d like to connect to the LSP server afterwards. In this case, we put 140.112.2.34 test.com.tw test Step2. On the client side, 140.112.2.34, telnet to the server 140.112.2.30 and su to root. Under the command line, type “/usr/X11R6/bin/xeyes –display 140.112.2.34:0.0 &”, and the picture of xeyes will pop up as shown in Fig II-86. Step3. Please cd to the LSP main working directory, in this case, type “cd /lspinstall”, then “./main”, and LSP will be able to be executed from the client machine 140.112.2.34! das technology 87
  • 88. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual 6. Please keep this in mind that Remote Control provided here is only executable between two Mac OS X machines. Connection from a Windows client to a Mac OS X server is not yet supported in LSP 2.3. II-9 Uninstall/Restore (not Available on MAC yet, only on Linux) We will support this on Mac for next version. Step1. When you click on the Uninstall icon on the LSP main menu, the following window will pop up. Fig II-85 Please select a date when you want your system to uninstall to. The date form is “mm/dd/yyyy”. The uninstall date is produced during Backup. After you select the date, press the Next button to proceed to the next step or the Cancel button to exit this program. das technology 88
  • 89. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Step2. The window as show in Fig II-86 will pop up. Fig II-86 This step is to choose the services you’d like to uninstall. The default is set to “Yes” for all. Please press the OK button after you have completed the selections or the Cancel button to return to the previous page. Step3:You can click Other directory button to restore the selected directories on that day. As the following window, there are 3 backup directories. Fig II-87 das technology 89
  • 90. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Select directories you want to restore in “Uninstall (restore) Items” field, and click = = > button to move the selected items to “You Select” field. Click <== button can remove the selected items in “You Select” field. For example, I have selected 2 directories “/home/fefe/” and “/home/hp/”(see FigII-88). Then click Uninstall (restore) NOW button, the window “Uninstall (restore)?” will pop up (see Fig II-89) and click OK button, the window “information” will pop up to tell you “Uninstall (restore) finished!!”. Click “OK” to finish this program (see Fig II-90). FigII-88 FigII-89 FigII-90 das technology 90
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  • 92. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual II-10 Backup The function of this service is to build up the uninstall point of the system. It backs up the system configurations at a specific date for the purpose of the uninstallation of the system in the future. Please click on the Backup icon on the LSP main menu and the window “backup” will pop up ( See FigII-91 ) . The default is set to “Yes” for all. Click OK button and a window with “Do you sure want to backup?” will pop up ( See FigII-92 ) . Click OK and an information window with “Backup finished” will pop up. It means backup successfully(See FigII-93). However you can just select some items such as “IP”, PASSWORD” and “FTP”…etc or set up “Periodic backup” or backup specific directories(”Other directory”). Click Cancel will back to LSP main menu. Fig II-91 das technology 92
  • 93. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Fig II-92 Fig II-93 ● Periodic backup : Click Periodic backup button and the window “Periodic backup” will pop up (Fig II-94). You can backup for setting time of every month, every week, everyday even at a specific time in someday. Click Other directory button to select specific directories to periodic backup. Fig II-94 das technology 93
  • 94. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Click Other directory button and the window “Select the directory you want to Periodic back” will pop up (Fig II-95). Fig II-95 Click additional directory button to select the directory you want to periodic backup (Fig II-96). Fig II-96 das technology 94
  • 95. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual For example, there are 2 directories “/home/hp/” and “/home/maki” have been selected as following show (Fig II-97). If you want to remove the selected item, select item first and click delete Item button to remove it. Fig II-97 Finally, click OK button to finish setting and a message window will ask you “Do you want to Periodic Backup?” ( Fig II-98 ) .Click OK to start or click Cancel to re-select. Fig II-98 When an information window with “Periodic Backup ok!” pops up, it means the setting is successful (Fig II-99). Fig II-99 When the setting of periodic backup other directory finished, you can also choose if you want to periodic backup LSP main items such as IP, FTP, APPACHE…etc. das technology 95
  • 96. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual As following illustration show (Fig II-100), the setting is periodic backup IP, PASSWORD, MAIL at 9:00 am every 10th of a month. Fig II-100 After finishing all setting, please click OK button to complete the whole action. And the message window ”Periodic backup?” will show again ( See Fig II-98 ) . Please click OK button and you will see an information window with “Periodic Backup ok!”. It means the setting is successful(See Fig II-101). Fig II-101 das technology 96
  • 97. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual ● Other directory : Click Other directory button and the window “Select the directory you want to backup:” will pop up(see Fig II-102). The operating method is the same with “Other directory” in “Periodic backup” service. Click additional directory to add specific directory to list(Please refer to page 80). The different is when clicking OK button here will execute backup immediately. Fig II-102 For example, there are 3 directories “/home/eve/”, “/home/fefe/” and “/home/hp/” have been selected (See Fig II-103). Click OK button and a message window will pop up to ask you “Do you want to Backup?” (Fig II-104). After clicking OK button, an information window with “Backup finished” will pop up. It means backup successfully (See Fig II-105). Fig II-103 das technology 97
  • 98. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Fig II-104 Fig II-105 das technology 98
  • 99. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual II-11 Configure Press the Configuration button and the window as in Fig II-106 will pop up. The data is your system condition at present. Fig II-106 Insert your information as the following illustration shows. Fig II-107  Because the Operation System is different, sometimes you should re-login after changing the data above. ◎ Domain Name: Please insert the Domain Name of your computer. ◎ Host Name: Please inset the Host Name of your computer. ◎ IP: Please insert the IP of your computer. ◎ Network Neighborhood login permission: If the computer is for PDC to allow users login through Network Neighborhood. ◎ Password Synchronization: When users change the password of Network das technology 99
  • 100. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Neighborhood, it can renew the password of Server at the same time. das technology 100
  • 101. LSP Pro for Mac OS X Manual Appendix A. What files will be changed? Please notice following system files will be modified during LSP installation process. If you have change these files manually , it is better you can back up these files. LSP will keep original files in /lspinfo/original directory as well, also as mentioned in the “backup” section. IP:/etc/hosts,/etc/sysconfig/network,/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0. Above files will be changed according to the IP you entered. Samba: /etc/smb.conf or /etc/samba/smb.conf /etc/smbpasswd or /etc/samba/smb.conf hostname: system hostname will be changed to Windows’ host name Also, if you use LSP to administer servers, we recommend you to keep using LSP, unless you are very familiar with manual configuration process. Otherwise, you might have some unexpected results. For example, IP configuration on different Mac OS X distribution has different behavior (some version use tab, some does not….) B. What files will be copied? Please refer to section 3.3. And you can also check on the Windows c:lsp_ntntlogslsplog.txt file. It provides you a list of directory copied and size for each directory. Please also be aware, LSP will copy directories over to Mac OS X no matter whether this directory exist on Mac OS X or not. So please do backup directory at your own discretion. C. How do I check installation result? Please check on C:lsp_ntntlogslsplog.txt file das technology Copyright © 2003 das technology co., ltd. All rights reserved. 101