Thank you for your quick answer, which I wanted to send an hour ago, but
I'm still struggling with netscape; now I use knode - have to install a
lot in linux.
I did in /etc/fstab
/dev/hda2 /hc vfat umask=000 0 0
but without success (localhost, the last lo is my test-dir):
mount -t nfs lo:/hc lo
mount: lo:/hc failed, reason given by server: Keine Berechtigung
> > After
> > mount -t vfat /dev/ha2 /hc
> > I can NOT do
> > mount -t nfs /hc /yyy
> > But I mount a loop-device from /hc.
> NFS refuses to mount an imported NFS partition, of access control reasons.
> The access rights of the VFAT partition may prevent the mount. Have you
> checked the mounted access rights of the VFAT partition (they are set in
> fstab as the umask mount options - the VFAT filesystem is dumb enough to
> be totally ignorant of access rights).
> Tauno Voipio