When I mount an NFS share I can't seem to write to it as any user...
Both the systems authenticate against the same ldap server so uid's and
gid's are all the same. My /etc/exports file looks like :
I mount the share from the client with the command :
mount -o rw -t nfs foo:/mnt/sda1/home /home
When I try to write to /home it says permissions denied.
In the exports(5) man page it says:
# sample /etc/exports file
/ master(rw) trusty(rw,no_root_squash)
/usr *.local.domain(ro) @trusted(rw)
Line 5 exports the public FTP directory to every host in the world,
executing all requests under the nobody account.
So I would try:
Or specify your individual hosts.
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