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OPS335 - Assignment 2

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== Purpose ==
In this assignment, you will use the '''335assign virtual network''' and the '''minnowcloyne''' cloning-source that you created in assignment 1 (part 1) to create two e-mail servers: a '''Mail Transfer Agent''' called '''bass''' and a ''Message Store'' (IMAP) called '''muskie'''. You will also use the '''minnowcloyne''' cloning source to create a Samba server called '''perch'''. In addition to creating those Linux servers, you will also be required to create a virtual machine for an MS Windows operating system to test-out your Samba server. As you perform and submit this assignment, you '''MUST''' run at least the '''pickerel''' Master Name server in order to resolve domain names to IP addresses.
== General Requirements ==
Perform the following steps for this section:
#Create a clone virtual machine called '''bass''' from the '''minnowcloyne''' cloning-source. Refer to the table below for '''address''' and '''hostname'''.
#The root user on your host machine must be able to ssh to the root account on each machine without being prompted for a password.
#Create a '''regular user''' for this virtual machine using '''your Seneca userID'''.
Perform the following steps for this section:
#Create a clone virtual machine called '''muskie''' from the '''minnowcloyne''' cloning-source. Refer to the table below for '''address''' and '''hostname'''.
#Create a '''regular user''' for this virtual machine using '''your Seneca userID'''.
#The root user on your host machine must be able to ssh to the root account on each machine without being prompted for a password.
Perform the following steps for this section:
#Create a clone virtual machine called '''perch''' from the '''minnowcloyne''' cloning-source. Refer to the table below for '''address''' and '''hostname'''.
#Create a '''regular user''' for this virtual machine using '''your Seneca userID'''.
#The root user on your host machine must be able to ssh to the root account on each machine without being prompted for a password.

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