Possibly stoopid question, when you do it on the 486 (ls -al) what do you
see, is it possible that there *aren't* any files (at least not hidden ones)
> -----Original Message-----
> Subject: [ILUG] NFS help, please - exporting and mounting /home
>> I can mount this from a PC on the network as
> mount 188.8.131.52:/home /nfs_test
> and I can see the contents of this directory:
> I can also see the contents of the lost+found
>> However, when I look at /home/cormac, it reports
> that the directory is empty:
> ls -l /nfs_test/cormac (i.e. /home/cormac)
> total 0
>> Is this because this is a user's home directory?
> If so, how do I export it and mount it?
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