[oclug] Port mapper.
ajh at finux.org
Thu Feb 1 17:55:51 EST 2001
You're probably a happier person exporting SMB and using smbmount rather
than using NFS. Probably significantly faster as well.
On Thu, Feb 01, 2001 at 05:49:02PM -0800, Mike wrote:
> Ok here it goes. I have maestro set up exporting the windows drive:/directory/ as nfs.
> I'm exporting a specific path which I'm able to mount on any other linux box expect the one in
> question. All the privileges and/or rights appear to be correct. on the windows side.
> I'm assuming this due to the fact I am able to connect with my other Linux box
> Matt Larose wrote:
> > Umm do you mean your trying to mount a shared windows drive ?? if so...
> > Windows doesnt support NFS by default but i think you can get some program
> > that will allow you to export windows volumes as NFS, But why not just
> > use SMB ?
> > If thats not the case, try rephrasing your question to make it a lil bit
> > clearer
> > On Thu, 1 Feb 2001, Mike wrote:
> > > Hey Gang!
> > >
> > > I'm having a little problem here. I'm trying to mount a nfs shared drive. It seems to be
> > > working on four of my machines however. On one and only one i get
> > > mount: RPC: Port mapper failure - RPC: Unable to receive
> > > The drive I'm connecting to is a windows box and seems to work fine everywhere but on this one
> > > machine. Any ideas?
> > >
> > > TIV
> > > Mike
> > >
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