coping IDSk9-sp-3.1-1-S23.bin to the /tmp directory on the sensor
I have been searching all over cisco's website for an answer on how to get the binary file on my cd to the tmp directory on the sensor. All the documentation states is that I need to copy the binary file IDSk9-sp-3.1-1-S23.bin to the /tmp directory on the target sensor. They never state the command that executes this process. I was wondering what command on the sensor gets this bin file from the cd-rom to the /tmp directory?
You should see several entries that are for your harddrive "c0t0d0" ending with p# or s#.
Then you should see several entries that are for your cdrom drive ending with p# or s#. In the example above the cdrom drive would be "c1t0d0", but may differ on your system.
6) now we need to mount the cdrom drive using slice 0 "s0" of the cdrom drive "c1t0d0". we will mount it onto the /mnt directory.
the command we use is:
mount -F hsfs /dev/dsk/c1t0d0s0 /mnt
7) if the cd was created correctly and the mount command works then you should be able to cd to the /mnt directory, and execute ls to see your file.
8) if you made the cd with the file executable then you can execute the file from right there. if the file is not executable then copy it it to the /tmp directory "cp ./IDSk9-sp-3.1-2-S23.bin /tmp" then follow the other instructions for installation.
Re: coping IDSk9-sp-3.1-1-S23.bin to the /tmp directory on the s
Thanks for your help on this I have followed all the steps, but this ids sensor keeps changing my bin file name to idsk9-~1.bin and I get an error that tells me that the name of the file has been changed from its original format. Is there something I need to be doing different.
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