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4. Log in to the 2nd machine (uCSimm running uCLinux, default IP of 192.168.1.2) and run:
mount -t nfs -o wsize=256,rsize=256 192.168.1.1:/KNOPPIX.IMG/home/knoppix/images /usr
5. Got the following error:
mount:RPC:Unable to receive; errno:Connection refused
mount:nfsmount faNFS: mount program didn't pass remote address!
iled: Bad file descriptor
mount: Mounting 192.168.1.1:/KNOPPIX.IMG/home/knoppix/rtai/images on /usr failed: Invalid argument
pid 36: failed 256
Can someone tell me which part is incorrect? It seems like the way I type the mount command may be wrong from the invalid argument part. I can ping the other machine from each machine respectively and I have turned off the Firewall as well. Thanks in advance!