I'm running Redhat Linux 4.2 on Intel machines.
I installed Redhat Linux 4.2 on my home computer on local filesystems.
Then I brought the same computer to the lab and tried to mount it to the
existing network via NFS.
However, I cannot run any programs with the setuid permission flag set
from the NFS mounted drives. My exports file on my server should be ok,
it runs with all the other machines, and I extended it to include the
hostname of the new machine. Do I have to give permissions somewhere on
the NFS-server so that the client can run setuid programs?
Thanks for any help.
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Kingston, Ontario, Canada