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Old 02-28-2005, 02:36 PM   #1
vinoloco
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Need help with "NFS configuration tool"


Hi all, I posted this in the "newbie" forum but got no response so I'll give it a try here..... Pretty simple question so maybe someone can help.

I'm attempting to share files between two Fedora Core 3 systems with NFS. I've been following a tutorial posted here called "Newbies guide to small home LAN" and I've gotten to the NFS part but can't find the "NFS Server Configuration driver" tool. It doesn't show up in the "Server Settings" sub-menu. All I get is "services" and "Samba". Anyone have an idea where I can find it?


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Old 02-28-2005, 03:11 PM   #2
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Re: Need help with "NFS configuration tool"

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Originally posted by vinoloco
Hi all, I posted this in the "newbie" forum but got no response so I'll give it a try here..... Pretty simple question so maybe someone can help.

I'm attempting to share files between two Fedora Core 3 systems with NFS. I've been following a tutorial posted here called "Newbies guide to small home LAN" and I've gotten to the NFS part but can't find the "NFS Server Configuration driver" tool. It doesn't show up in the "Server Settings" sub-menu. All I get is "services" and "Samba". Anyone have an idea where I can find it?


--- vino
You can also access the NFS server in the terminal by using
redhat-config-nfs &

Have you checked to see if you have the NFS server installed ?
 
Old 02-28-2005, 07:16 PM   #3
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Sandgroper,

Thanks for the info. By the way, the package is now called system-config-nfs and I got it off the Redhat Fedora site.

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