> Hi Folks,
> I have a Linux box serving AIX NFS clients. AIX complains because it
> cannot contact rpc.statd on the server machine (there is no such program
> on the standard Linux NFS server). I've found people reporting similar
> behaviour in the Usenet archive. They said they had to install rpc.statd
> and rpc.lockd onto Linux (from the FreeBSD version I believe).
> Where can I find such ports ? (where in ported source or binary format)
> Has anyone here encountered the same problem ?
Entered-date: January 1996
Description: an rstatd, rup, and rsysinfo for linux, new version which
includes the ability to display the number or users on the remote
system. Still remains
backwardly compatible with older daemons and clients.
Keywords: rup, rsysinfo, inetd, rpc.rstatd, portmapper
Primary-site: ftp.cs.mun.ca /pub/netapps
Alternate-site: sunsite.unc.edu /pub/Linux/system/Network/daemons
Original-site: ftp.cs.mun.ca /pub/netapps
You don't say which version of AIX - but I can tell you that this works
with AIX 2.2.1 on an RT, so it'll probably work on every other version
of AIX too.
For rpc.lockd -- scan DejaNews for recent postings about that.
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