I came across a similar problem on google, and at the end of the thread it appeared to have been sorted out by disabling the firewall. This is not an acceptable action for me.
Just to try it though i disabled the firewall a few mins back and it sort of locked up, but there was no error message, but no mount either. Reactivation of the firewall caused the error message to display.
I retried it again and it came up with this:
mount: RPC: Timed out
thats without a firewall up.
Last edited by v00d00101; 07-31-2003 at 01:24 AM.