nfs input/output error
I've finally been able to get my laptop connected to my wireless AP and can now 'see' my desktop system (Slackware 10.1 w/ 126.96.36.199 kernel), so now I am trying to export some directories from my desktop so I can mount them on my laptop.
I've followed the Linux NFS howto, and have successfully been able to get the nfs server running on my desktop, exporting /home (which is it's own partition on the desktop system).
On my laptop I am able to mount the exported directory, but cannot 'see' anything on it.
On my laptop I enter:
> mount 192.168.15.100:/home /mnt/home
> cd /mnt/home
ls: reading directory .: Input/output error
So then I decided to try and cd into a directory I know exists in the directory on the desktop:
> cd /mnt/home/myusername
-bash: cd: /mnt/home/myusername: Permission denied
... now, I *am* trying to mount these as 'root' on the laptop, might this be the problem?