NFS Problems... "Unknown NFS client"

NFS Problems... "Unknown NFS client"

Post by Fredrik Lindgr » Tue, 20 Jun 1995 04:00:00



Hi!

I have just installed Slackware 2.3 and I'm trying to use NFS
with a Sun.

I can mount drives on the Sun, but the Sun can't mount drives on my
Linux box. I have stripped the /etc/exports file to include only:

/usr/local    *.my.domain(ro)

Yet, I receive messages like this in the syslog on the Linux box:

mount[49]: Unknown NFS client 191.214.xxx.yyy tried to access /usr/local

I have DNS working, and I have tried to put the Sun in my /etc/hosts
file to no avail...

Anyone know what could be wrong?!

Thanks in advance!

Regards,
   Fredrik Lindgren

 
 
 

NFS Problems... "Unknown NFS client"

Post by ale » Tue, 20 Jun 1995 04:00:00


: I have just installed Slackware 2.3 and I'm trying to use NFS
: with a Sun.
: I can mount drives on the Sun, but the Sun can't mount drives on my
: Linux box. I have stripped the /etc/exports file to include only:

: /usr/local    *.my.domain(ro)
: Yet, I receive messages like this in the syslog on the Linux box:
: mount[49]: Unknown NFS client 191.214.xxx.yyy tried to access /usr/local

: I have DNS working, and I have tried to put the Sun in my /etc/hosts
: file to no avail...

Get the lastest nfs server: 2.2beta1

Best wishes,
Alex
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NFS Problems... "Unknown NFS client"

Post by Yanming PE » Tue, 20 Jun 1995 04:00:00



>Hi!
>I have just installed Slackware 2.3 and I'm trying to use NFS
>with a Sun.
>I can mount drives on the Sun, but the Sun can't mount drives on my
>Linux box. I have stripped the /etc/exports file to include only:
>/usr/local    *.my.domain(ro)
>Yet, I receive messages like this in the syslog on the Linux box:
>mount[49]: Unknown NFS client 191.214.xxx.yyy tried to access /usr/local
>I have DNS working, and I have tried to put the Sun in my /etc/hosts
>file to no avail...
>Anyone know what could be wrong?!

Have you restarted nfsd and mountd on your Linux?
Quote:>Thanks in advance!
>Regards,
>   Fredrik Lindgren

 
 
 

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To the group,

Greetings once again. I've just installed Solaris 2.5 on a
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