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% mount 192.168.1.200:/home/nfstest /mnt/nfstest
NFS Portmap: RPC: Program not registered
@ http://nfs.sourceforge.net/nfs-howto/ar01s03.html I learned that rpc.mountd handles the initial mount requests.
Then, after I started /usr/sbin/rpc.mountd (and /usr/sbin/rpc.nfsd) on the server, it told me I didn't have permission.
But this was a test folder, chmod 777 just to make sure for now!?
I wonder what would happen (think newbie) if I would trust information from one source? Take for instance Detect and Clean a hacked server T0rnkit Tutorial which says I can completely recover a compromised and rootkitted box *just by deleting and installing some tools*. Of course *you* know that's completely wrong (and the comments say that as well) because you've read more docs (or had the experience of having to mop up after a breach). But how about someone who doesn't see the comments? Someone...