Re: Problems with nfs server
Matt Jerdonek wrote:
>I'm struggling getting the NFS server to work
>properly. I've tried it with the nfs-kernel-server
>package as well as the nfs-user-server package. I'm
>using the Sarge release.
>I'm trying to boot an embedded linux box from NFS.
>However, the embedded box reports 'read-only file
>system' when trying to access via NFS even though I'm
>configured for write access. My /etc/exports file
>So, I tried to mount the directory from my debian
>server like this:
>mount: mount point /mnt/home does not exist
>Anyone have an idea what I'm doing wrong?
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You must identify the file system type on the client box mount command.
File system type should be followed by options and fsck order, just like
a complete /etc/fstab line.
192.168.0.201:/opt/eldk/ppc_8xx /mnt/hom nfs rw,bg,intr,hard 0 0
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