I'm trying to share files between two mandrake 7.2 systems, and I'm running into an error: connection refused
I tried also into telnet into one pc with the other, and I get the same "connection refused" error.
I can ping the two pcs with each other just fine.
I exported a directory with one pc, and when I goto mount that directory on the other pc, it throws the error! By the way, I'm using NFS.
I use this command to mount it:
mount 400mhz:/home/bobby/export /mnt/400mhz
Note that "400mhz" is the hostname of the pc that is exporting the directory.
I also put "ALL:ALL" in the /etc/hosts.allow file for the pc exporting the files.
Does anybody have any idea of what I'm doing wrong?
Thanks for any help you can provide!
PS. I checked to see if /etc/inetd.conf contained a line for telnet... it does, and it's not commented. So I guess telnet should be setup ok!