I have for a while been getting the following warning on boot
nfs warning: mount version older than kernel
This is on a stock slackware-current system running the /testing 2.6.13 kernel that comes with 10.2/-current.
The system is a 10.2 Slackware which mounts several NFS volumes from another Slackware-current server running 126.96.36.199.
Google tells me I need to upgrade my package containing mount, but as far as I can see, the latest Slackware comes with the latest mount etc, so that doesn't really explain it to me.
Could anyone with slightly more insight on this than me kindly elaborate? I want to have my system as fine-tuned as possible and thus am a firm believer in investigating and getting rid of warnings.