As the title suggests, I am wanting to create a simple script for system administrators.
When you run this script in a linux shell, it will ask you what you want to set the local systems hostname to (so the admin can type it) and then prompt the administrator for a unique NFS path.
This way the administrator can use one image and then run this script to set the unique hostname, and then set up a local path like /mnt/nfsserver so it connects to the remote NFS server at its unique directory. This way the image doesnt have all workstations connect to the same NFS share... we want each workstation to have its own unique NFS share for their own data.
Any help or code you can provide for me? Im guessing its simple I am just not very good at shell scripting.