NFS Question on mounting
paulvarjak at gmail.com
Wed Oct 17 15:31:45 BST 2007
This seems a permission's problem.
Check out in the NFS server which are the computers that can mount the
FileSystem. It is usually useful also to declare the client names and
ip addresses in the /etc/hosts file of the server and declare the
server in the /etc/hosts file of the clients.
On 10/17/07, CH <yogich7230 at sc2000.net> wrote:
> On Tuesday 16 October 2007 16:22:37 Joan Tur wrote:
> > Es Dimarts, 16 de Octubre de 2007, en CH va escriure:
> > | I have Dapper on the server, Gutsy on one of the notebooks, and NFS
> > | capability installed on both, as far as I know. When I attempt to mount
> > | a designated share, I get errors. Frankly, the syntax has changed since
> > | I did this two or three years ago --according to what I can remember,
> > | that is.
> > |
> > | root at laptop:/home/yogich# mount.nfs4 192.168.0.20:/Downloads
> > | /media/cdrom0 mount.nfs4: mount to NFS server '192.168.0.20' failed:
> > | System Error: Connection refused
> > |
> > | root at laptop:/home/yogich# mount.nfs4
> > | 192.168.0.20:/home/yogi/Downloads /media/cdrom0
> > | mount.nfs4: mount to NFS server '192.168.0.20' failed: System Error:
> > | Connection refused
> > |
> > | Pointers appreciated. :)
> > What's in 192.168.0.20's /etc/exports ?
> Not sure about 'squash'. Actually, I did not remember to check this file,
> either. Thanks.
> # /etc/exports: the access control list for filesystems which may be exported
> #to NFS clients. See exports(5).
> /home/yogi/Downloads/ *(rw,async,all_squash) \
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