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Re: nfs



OK!!
that got it mostly working.
thank you for the help.
i can access the nfs drive from box2 now, but only as root.
all the all_squash and no_squash stuff is also a little confusing to me
also though.
i have a normal user with the uid/gid of 500 that i want to have access
to the nfs mounted drive, well for that fact, i'd like to enable any/all
users on box2 to be able to acces the drive.
i know it has to be a real simple line of text that i am missing and do
not fully nderstand how to get it to work.
root can access the nfs mounted drive, but i want al users on box2 to
have access(read only) to the nfs drive.
thank you
eric


p.s. Hidong : thank you for the help, didnt know about the nfs script,
that really helped!! =8^)


Hidong Kim wrote:
> 
> When I upgraded from 5.2 to 6.1, I had to add this line to my
> /etc/hosts.allow to get nfs to work:
> 
> ALL             :       192.168.0.
> 
> My four 6.1 machines have local IP addresses 192.168.0.x.  I restart nfs
> with the nfs script in /etc/rc.d/init.d.  Good luck,
> 
> Hidong
> 
> Eric Clover wrote:
> >
> > i have a simple network set up.
> > i just want to give my masq'd box access & have read perms to a
> > drive/folder that is on this box.
> > i have become very confused after reading the nfs, exportfs, mount and a
> > few other man pages.
> > is there a simple non confusing way to get this to work??
> > i have what i think is the right setup, but i get :
> >
> > [root masq'dbox bigb]# mount 192.168.1.1:/dir /home/bigb/dir
> > mount: RPC: Unable to receive; errno = Connection refused
> >
> > and have this in the /etc/exports file:
> >
> > /dir    masq'dbox(ro,no_root_squash)
> >
> > and did a exportfs -r
> >
> > anything i might be missing/doing wrong??
> > i have saved old emails in regards to this subject and got this far, but
> > none of them covered this error.
> > thank you
> > eric
> >
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