Try 'rpcinfo -p'.
If you don't see mountd, issue the command /usr/sbin/rpc.mountd.
If you don't see nfsd, issue the command /usr/sbin/rpc.nfsd
Check your /etc/exports file to see if the mountable filesystem is in
the list then issue the command 'exportfs -a'.
Also check your hosts.allow and hosts.deny to ensure that you're not
being blocked by tcpwrappers.
"Jason A. Corcoran." wrote:
> I have a laptop that I use on the companies lan and my own little network at
>> I mount a directory on my laptop from my desktop, but today when I try to
> mount the drive I get the following ....
>> mount: RPC: Program not registered
>> Firstly is this a client, i.e. my desktop, or a client, i.e. my laptop,
>> Secondly, How do I remedy it ?
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