Re: nfs problem
On Sun, 7 Jul 2002, James Morrison wrote:
> As mentioned, it can work, but I think there may be a combination of you, bug
> and something to be implemented that causes this problem. Could you perhaps
> tell us what set ups you have tried?
Warning, this is the first time I have networked any machines. I am using
a cross-over cable.
Both machines ping each other and themselves nicely.
Hurd box, 192.168.3.10, margaret
Linux box 192.168.3.9, stepehen
mount -t nfs 192.168.3.9:/b5 /b5 mounted the linux box /b5 directory on
the Hurd box's /b5
settrans -cgap /b5 /hurd/nfs 192.168.3.9:/b5 worked as well (typed from
"stephen" substituted for 192.168.3.9 also worked.
I upgraded the Hurd box using this.
However, mount -t nfs 192.168.3.10:/hurd /b5 failed.
Attempting to mount /hurd on the Hurd box on /b5 on the Hurd box.
settrans -cgap /hurd /hurd/nfs 192.168.3.10:/b5 also failed.
Mounting the Hurd box's / failed from the Linux box.
The Hurd box's exports
# /etc/exports: the access control list for filesystems that may be exported
# to NFS clients.
/hurd 192.168.3.10(rw,insecure) 127.0.0.1(rw,insecure)
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