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NFS shares...


I am trying to set up an NFS share from my Debian server to allow a test system (Mac OS X) to access it. When I try to mount from the client machine I get:

[tangy:~/Mounts] jason% mount -o ro /Users/jason/Dimwit/
[tangy:~/Mounts] jason% ls -l
ls: Dimwit: Protocol not supported
[tangy:~/Mounts] jason%

The server's syslog has:

Oct 9 13:07:03 cubeship mountd[5226]: authenticated mount request from tangy.borgspace.alpha:1053 for /mnt/hungry-monster/data (/mnt/hungry-monster/data)
Oct  9 13:07:03 cubeship kernel: svc: unknown version (3)
Oct  9 13:07:35 cubeship last message repeated 8 times
Oct  9 13:07:35 cubeship kernel: svc: unknown version (3)

I have set up a simple /etc/exports file:

# /etc/exports: the access control list for filesystems which may be exported
#               to NFS clients.  See exports(5).
/mnt/hungry-monster/data/ tangy(insecure,map_daemon)

Is there anything else I should look at?


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