Hi all, I'm still learning the ins and outs of Linux. Right now I'm having a bit of a problem with NFS. I'm trying to access a media share called "storage" which I have setup on my main machine running Sabayon 3.4.
The NFS share mounts without complaint, but then if I do a directory listing on the mount point, I get this:
$ ls -l /mnt/storage/
?--------- ? ? ? ? ? /mnt/storage/backup
?--------- ? ? ? ? ? /mnt/storage/dvd
?--------- ? ? ? ? ? /mnt/storage/linux
?--------- ? ? ? ? ? /mnt/storage/music
?--------- ? ? ? ? ? /mnt/storage/recordings
?--------- ? ? ? ? ? /mnt/storage/video
It can see all the subdirectories (which is where all the actual content is), but trying to ls or cd into any of them returns
$ ls /mnt/storage/music
ls: /mnt/storage/music: Permission denied
$ cd /mnt/storage/music
bash: cd: /mnt/storage/music: Permission denied
Is this a server/client UID problem? If so, what do I need to do to enable access to this share? My /etc/exports reads:
Which as far as I know should give access to "storage" to everyone on my home network.
/etc/hosts.deny is denying ALL on portmap, lockd, mountd, rquotad, and statd.
/etc/hosts.allow reads ALL:192.168.1.0/255.255.255.0
The server machine is running Sabayon 3.4, and the client in question has Fedora Core 5.
If anyone can shed any light on this, it would be appreciated. And if there's any information I omitted which would be helpful, please let me know and I will provide it.