I'm having trouble getting my nfs mounts to mount on
startup (slackware 10.1, kernel 2.6). But when I log in
and manually type "mount -a -t nfs" it works just fine.
I noticed that rc.inet2 has this comment in it:
Note, that when this script is used to also fire
up any important remote NFS disks (like the /usr
directory), care must be taken to actually
have all the needed binaries online _now_ ...
... but I'm not sure which binaries it's referring to.
After boot dmesg contains no mention of nfs. After I
manually mount nfs (which works fine), dmesg contains
the warning "nfs warning: mount version older than
kernel". I doubt that's the problem though.