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Registering new SLP service

I have followed the instructions for setting up a SLES installation source
via HTTP, but on a NetWare server. At the end, it says to do this:

> Create a configuration file called install.suse.http.reg under
> /etc/slp/reg.d/ that contains the following lines:
>
> # Register the HTTP Installation Server
>

service:install.suse:http://$HOSTNAME/srv/www/htdocs/instsource/CD1/,en,65535
> description=HTTP Installation Source


Fine and good, except I can't figure out what NetWare command I use to
register/unregister SLP services. Any help?

I know I can use HTTP w/o the SLP support, but SLP support would be nice.

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Re: Registering new SLP service

stephen joseph butler wrote:

> I have followed the instructions for setting up a SLES installation
> source via HTTP, but on a NetWare server. At the end, it says to do
> this:
>
> > Create a configuration file called install.suse.http.reg under
> > /etc/slp/reg.d/ that contains the following lines:
> >
> > # Register the HTTP Installation Server
> >

> service:install.suse:http://$HOSTNAME/srv/www/htdocs/instsource/CD1/,e
> n,65535
> > description=HTTP Installation Source

>
> Fine and good, except I can't figure out what NetWare command I use
> to register/unregister SLP services. Any help?
>
> I know I can use HTTP w/o the SLP support, but SLP support would be
> nice.


I'd say you'll have to get apache to do it (I presume you use apache).
Not sure if apache has a service agent.

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Cheers,
Edward
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