On Tue, 21 Mar 2000, Cormac McClean wrote:
> 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 the directory cormac a mountpoint on the server? if so you won't see
linux nfs server won't cross mountpoints, you would need a seperate
> Is this because this is a user's home directory?
> If so, how do I export it and mount it?
>> I have acquired a copy of Managing NIS and NFS,
> but it does not appear to cover this issue.
>> Running SuSE 6.3 on the Server, RH 6.1 on the client.
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