a boot ROM file, via Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) using the default port 69
(1) NetBoot Mac OS X image: NFS and HTTP
(2) Mac OS 9: AFP
(3) NetBoot OS X diskless: AFP
(4) DHCP is only required if the server also assigns IP addresses
Maintain printers on a private network visible only to the server, then train users to send document to a defined print queue or printer pool
if your networkable printers are on the same network (visible) to your server AND all your users, your users will be able to (and may attempt) to bypass the print service features and send jobs directly to the printer. The recommendation above is to prevent this.
at the top level of any mounted volume
That you are logged in as root.
How to troubleshoot a computer with Open Firmware Password enabled
If you cannot access the Open Firmware Password application and need to troubleshoot your computer by:
Resetting the PRAM
Starting up in Single-user mode
Starting up in Verbose mode
Starting from CD-ROM
Then follow these steps:
Start up into Open Firmware by pressing and holding the Command-Option-O-F key combination during startup.
At the Open Firmware prompt, type: reset-nvram
When prompted for your password, enter it and press the Return key. It responds OK.
At the Open Firmware prompt, type: reset-all
The computer restarts and you are now be able to reset the PRAM and startup in Single-user mode, Verbose mode, or from CD-ROM.
No, Kerberos is however based on properly domain name resolution.
CpMac — for copying resource forks and metadata
This feature was built-in to OS 10.4 TIgers cp command by default, and so is no longer relevant.