>I am trying to setup one of my Linux machines as an NFS server, but can't
>any documentation on how to configure rpc.nfsd. I want to set up directories
>which are accessible from both the 2nd linux box and the Dos/Windows box.
>Can anyone point me in the right direction please?
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Your /etc/exports file should contain exported file systems and machines
allowed to access your NFS server.
Edit /etc/exports file like this.
Let's assume that your linux NFS server name is 'nayoung' and NFS client
machines's names are totaloa,mcrc2.
nayoung# cat /etc/exports
First line above, indicates that My exported file system is '/' and
machine allowed to access '/' on your NFS server is 'totaloa' and permissions
are read/write'(rw). Second line is same. and REBOOT your linux.
Then, Of course, you should mount on your client machine(here,'totaloa' and
'mcrc2') like this.
totaloa# mount nayoung:/ /home/na
mcrc2# mount nayoung:/home /home/na
Make sure that nayoung,totaloa,mcrc2 have DNS entries on your network
and Your linux kernel is compiled with NFS enable.
I hope that this would any help to you.