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In this exercise, you will configure NIS clients on a simulated Linux system. The process and commands are essentially the same for other flavors of UNIX. Start the simulation below and work through the situation presented.
You are logged on as root in a client named plant.corporation.com. You want to make it an NIS client. Start the ypbind process by typing /usr/sbin/ypbind
The command you have entered is incorrect. Please check the instructions and try again.
Verify that the process is running by typing ps aux | grep ypbind (On Solaris and AIX, the command is ps -ef | grep ypbind ).