Re: Automount problem with backports nfs-common and squeeze initscripts
On 03/12/2012 12:20 PM, Carsten Aulbert wrote:
On Monday 12 March 2012 16:54:19 Alessandro Grassi wrote:
I'd like to report a problem that happens when you install nfs-common from
The dependencies state that rpcbind is needed, so it gets installed instead
of portmap. Mounting an NFS volume requires that rpcbind is running.
Possibly not only backports related as I found many problems with regular
Squeeze and rpcbind over the past days. I think it's mainly caused by
dependency booting and you need to either force old-style booting by touching
/etc/init.d/.legacy-boot-order (I *think* this is the one) *or* change
/etc/insserv.conf to have the line $portmap have both in it, i.e.
$portmap +portmap +rpcbind
as noted in my mail about the recent upload of nfs to backports , I
believe the missing piece is:
printf '$portmap\trpcbind\n' > /etc/insserv.conf.d/rpcbind
(see http://bugs.debian.org/565201 for more details)
You might also need to run:
insserv --verbose --force --default rpcbind
afterward to touch up your sysv initscript links.
Could you report back if that works for you (or doesn't)?
Sorry for the hassle on this; i'm not sure the best way to resolve the
matter cleanly yet, but i'm open to suggestions.