NFS export mounts on client, but normal users can't get into the directory
I have set up an NFS server on Fedora 13, and I am connecting to it with Fedora 13 and Ubuntu 10.
On both clients the command
The ownership of the file on Fedora is "nobody" and on Ubuntu it's "user #500", with only people in the "500" group having access to it.
Obviously the permissions can't be changed on the client, but with the Fedora box being able to read/write to it with no problems I'm not sure what else I can do on the server to let normal users on the Ubuntu box read it.
If anyone has experience with this or knows where to look for solutions, I would appreciate your advice.
What do you have in your /etc/exports file?
How are you sharing user information (LDAP, synchronized passwd files, other?)?
What is the output of mount (for /mnt/share)?
My random guess is that you need to either do something to sync UID info between systems or do something about user ID mapping (check "man exports" or http://linux.die.net/man/5/exports)... But if you can provide more config and diagnostic info, that would help.
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