> * run nfsd
run NFS startup scripts.. it runs about 3-4 daemons .. most Linuxes should
have stuff in /etc/rc.d,
>> The machine I at m doing this on is being used during the day, so I need to do this after hours and I just want to make sure I have all I need. Anyone see any problem with this?
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