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Random man page:  ypmake(1m) -- create or rebuild Network Information Service databases
ypmake is a shell script that builds one or more Network Information Service (NIS) maps (databases) on a master NIS server. If no arguments are specified, ypmake either creates maps if they do not already exist or rebuilds maps that are not current. These maps are constructed from ASCII files. ypmake then executes yppush to notify slave NIS servers of the change and make the slave servers copy the...
FreeBSD Tip Of the Day View all tips
If you have a CD-ROM drive in your machine, you can make the CD-ROM that is
presently inserted available by typing 'mount /cdrom' as root.   The CD-ROM
will be available under /cdrom/.  Remember to do 'umount /cdrom' before
removing the CD-ROM (it will usually not be possible to remove the CD-ROM
without doing this.)

Note: This tip may not work in all configurations.
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