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Old 11-23-2004, 10:31 PM   #1
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mounting NFS shares help pls


i,m using two computers 1- "srv1" 2- "srv2" . ihave shared a folder called "abc" in "srv1" using NFS. i want to access it from "srv2". so what i did was, i creatd a folder "/mnt/nfs" in "srv2"
and as "root" i typed this command "mount srv1:/abc /mnt/nfs" & it was successfull. but when i try to the same thing as a normal user i get the msg "mount -only root can do that" what can i do about it???? ps - i'm using RedHat 9
 
Old 11-23-2004, 10:32 PM   #2
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Well, only root can mount a drive. What you could do is use sudo or set /etc/fstab to mount it every time the machine starts up...
 
  


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