Problem with IBM and FTPInc.'s NFS packages

Problem with IBM and FTPInc.'s NFS packages

Post by Daniel P. Barr » Fri, 02 Nov 1990 22:11:00

Hello folks.

I'm running AIX 2.2.1 on an RT.  I've got FTP, Inc.'s TCP/IP and
Interdrive, their NFS client software.  Everything seems to be
working well with the RT as server and PC as client.

The problem I have is that if I try to limit access by putting
specific hostnames after the filesystem entries in /etc/exports
I can no longer mount the file system.  I get a "Mount Acces Denied"
error.  The error disappears if I remove the hostname from exports
and leave the filesystem accessible by everyone.

Obviously I am very interested in limiting access to specific hosts.
Can anyone tell me what's wrong?  Has anyone been successful with
this combination?  I'm not even sure who's problem it is, FTP's or

I would prefer E-mail and I'll summarize.

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I have a problem with IBM RS/6000 graPHIGS library and the GPNBS call.

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I checked whether the currently open workstation supports non-uniform B-spline
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Any hint is highly appreciated!


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