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Old 07-13-2004, 08:28 PM   #1
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nfs access denied


i have two machines at home, detroit and miami. I'm playing around with nfs mounting, but I can't seem to get it to work. I'm at work right now, so I can't post my exact configs or errors, but here's the setup:

I'm trying to share a partition on detroit with miami (currently a mandrake box, but that will change). I set up miami's fstab to mount like so:

detroit:/home/mofo/shared /mnt/remote/detroit nfs ro,auto,user 0 0

then I set up the exports file on detroit:

/home/mofo/shared *.linux.net(no_root_squash,rw)

... and then ran exportfs.

that didn't work, so I modified my hosts.allow to let anyone on my network in, thinking that maybe tcpwrappers were to blame, but that didn't work.

then I changed the exports file 50 million times with different options, like all_squash, etc.

yes, nfs is running on both machines, there's only one user on either machine, so the uid should be the same.

I also tried sharing in the other direction, but no luck there, either.

What am I missing?
 
Old 07-14-2004, 12:38 AM   #2
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you're supposed to run exportfs -a

check what is offered for sharing from the server by running on the client:
showmount -e <server>

<server> is the host name or the ip address

on the issue of the export file ... use just rw for starters

lastly aftergetting the showmount stuff, you need to mount that to a local mountpoint ...

OH yes, one last thing, you need to run this ... not as root. You need to run this as yourself, running it as root means normal users can't access it ...

I hope this helps, i've only done this a few times.
 
  


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