I have this in networking but had no answer's in days.
can you guys help me out on this
trying to setup nfs on a pc in slackware 11.0 and I get this error message below, and i've been googling and reading manuals. but most stat.d stuff that i see is really old.
here is /var/log/messages:
rpc.statd: statd running as root. chown /var/lib/nfs/sm to choose different user
I thought that lock.d locked this? does this need to be done? if so is it to be chowned over to a normal user? and will it stay that way, or do I need to do that on boot every time.
/etc/hosts.deny is as follows:
# End of hosts.deny.
thank you in advance.
the computer is to only have nfs and that's it, no samba, no ftp, mail servers. just a regular home pc in non windows environment