I've been trying to set up 'amd' to do various automounts for me but I
haven't had much success. I've read the tex info pages that come with it
but I can't get even basic operations to work.
For example, consider the following simple map file (test.map):
If I run amd as:
# amd ~/C test.map
shouldn't the /dev/hda1 partition get mounted and listed when I try an
'ls' of ~/C ???
I've made sure nfsd, mountd and portmap are running. There's an entry
(vfat because it's my Win95 partition) in /etc/fstab for /dev/hda1 and
it's not mounted when I start amd. I can mount it manually on
'localhost' with NFS.
The partition doesn't get mounted but it creates the mount point ~/C and
leaves a few processes running:
1868 ? S 00:00:00 nfsd
1870 ? S 00:00:00 mountd
1902 ? SW 00:00:00 nfsiod
1903 ? SW 00:00:00 nfsiod
1904 ? SW 00:00:00 nfsiod
1905 ? SW 00:00:00 nfsiod
1959 ? R 00:05:45 amd /root/amd test.map
1960 ? S 00:00:00 amd /root/amd test.map
2130 1 R 00:00:00 ps -ax
If I run 'amq' I get "amq: localhost: RPC: Timed out".
Am I missing a piece of the jigsaw?
I'm running Unifix Linux 2.0 with a 2.0.28 kernel and amd 126.96.36.199.