there's experimental support for NFSv3 both for client and server.
for client you'll need the kernel patch from:
and also the patched mount.
For server support you'll need above and:
But what programme is it, and why would it *need* NFSv3? Should be totally
transparent to an application.
> From: John Mc Donald[SMTP:johnmcd at cs.may.ie]
> Sent: 22 June 1999 13:04
> To: ilug at linux.ie> Subject: [ILUG] NFS version 3
>> Dear all,
>> I am currently trying to install a program on redhat linux, but
> the documentation tells me that I require NFS version 3. I
> have searched for info on this but can't seem to track any down.
>> Can anyone tell me how to check if I have this version installed
> and if I don't where do I get it?
> John Mc Donald,
> Dept. of Computer Science,
> National University of Ireland,
> Co. Kildare,
>> Email : johnmcd at cs.may.ie> Phone : +353 -1 - 7084589
> Fax : +353 -1 - 7083848
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