>I am administrating a small network that has a couple
>of Linux machines on it. I would like to set one of
>the machines up as an NFS server, and I have gotten
>it set up so I can mount read-only. The problem is
>that, as far as I can tell, the volumes should be
>mounted read/write. What am I doing wrong?
after editing /etc/exports, restart mountd and nfsd....
from 'machine' you should be able to say
mount server:/home /home
and have it work correctly...
try putting an entry in machine:/etc/fstab along the lines of:
server:/home /home nfs defaults
more diagnostics would be helpful in future postings...
A linux machine! because a 486 / Microsoft is the question.
is a terrible thing to waste! / NO is the answer.