"Breathnach, Proinnsias (Dublin)" wrote:
>> 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)
> there ?
I know what you mean... No, I have created a subdirectory in
/home/cormac with a testfile in it, i.e. on the server (486):
This is a test for nfs from 486
Thanks for the suggestion, though.
I'm wondering if it is because the directory in question
is a user directory? I thought it might be because /home
is on a separate parition, but that doesn't make sense
because I can see /home/lost+found/testfile.
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