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do0m 08-11-2005 10:42 PM

DISCUSSION: Easy NFS
 
This thread is to discuss the article titled: Easy NFS

dabash 08-20-2005 05:30 AM

thanks¦,¦its¦good¦articale

LOLobo 09-01-2005 11:23 PM

Quote:

Start the portmapper, lockd, and statd services on the client machine, and
begin enjoying your NFS setup.
The tutorial would be even more helpful if it contained information on how to start these services.
:study:

::Edit::
Found this code here
Code:

/etc/rc.d/rc.nfsd start
It proved extremely helpful as it started all of the necessary services.

chr15t0 09-27-2009 02:30 PM

There is a bsd equivalent
 
The setting up of NFS in linux looks pretty much the same as it is using a Freebsd host if I compare this to this NFS setup tutorial for Freebsd systems mounting into a Linux guest system.

fengli 12-07-2009 12:04 AM

thank you! this is a very good article

dumdadum 04-01-2010 04:26 AM

The last piece of the puzzle... so cool (=
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by LOLobo (Post 1831805)
The tutorial would be even more helpful if it contained information on how to start these services.
:study:

::Edit::
Found this code here
Code:

/etc/rc.d/rc.nfsd start
It proved extremely helpful as it started all of the necessary services.

Yes, thank you very much for posting that line of code, it solved my problem. Just the fact that it starts all the necessary services is really helpful.

Damn I really like the Slackware community. People help each other. Bits and pieces here and there and bam everything is up and running.

Thanks so much (=

CatMan3110 10-23-2013 09:13 PM

Sunet calculator.
 
Here is a link for a subnet calculator in case anyone is interested.

http://www.subnet-calculator.com/


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