Did you run
after changing /etc/exports? Also, make sure that if you have the host name
in /etc/exports that that host name resolves to the correct IP address,
On Sun, Sep 30, 2001 at 09:20:08PM +0100, Tom Mackey wrote:
> Since the message below I thought of checking var/log/usr/log. It gives the
> reason as "request from unauthorised host". It seems that RPC needs an entry
> in hosts.allow . Any idea what that line should be?
> Tom Mackey
>> ---------- Forwarded Message ----------
> Subject: Help with install from CD on another machine
> Date: Sun, 30 Sep 2001 20:43:24 +0100
> From: Tom Mackey <tfmackey at iol.ie>
> To: ilug at linux.ie>>> Hi,
> I am trying to install Mandrake 7.2 (over the network) on an old 486 with no
> CD from the CD on my Linux box.
>> I have made a boot floppy with a network install image. I have NFS
> sucesfully runing on my main machine.
>> The install recognises network card etc and gets as far as the following
> error "mount: RPC: authentication error"
>> I have added both the host name and ip number of the 486 after /mnt/cdrom in
> the /etc/exports file. I have the cd mounted (using linuxconf)
>> Any ideas as to where I am going wrong?
> Tom Mackey
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