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nfs problem

Having set up a perminent Hurd box I set about networking it with my main
Linux machine.  nfs works nicely Linux -> Hurd, but I cannot work out how
to give permission for the Hurd filesystem to be accessed by the Linux

I have created an /etc/exports file, which I suspect is not used with the

If I attempt to mount an nfs system internally with
mount -t nfs /exp
I get "nfs read: Connection refused"
mount -t nfs /b5 mounts one of the Linux partitions
nicely.  However, the Linux box gets frustrated when it tries to mount a
Hurd partition.

Hints or references please.


  Philip Charles; 39a Paterson Street, Abbotsford, Dunedin, New Zealand
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     I sell GNU/Linux & GNU/Hurd CDs.   See http://www.copyleft.co.nz

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