> Well, I have a rather complex situation here @ work which I won't bore
> you's all with but in short the subject says it all. The basic scenario is
> an NFS mount of a Solaris 2.6 directory onto a RH 7.1 system. Are there
> compatibility issues with regd. to NFS versions etc.? A simple yes or no
> from someone who has achieved this or otherwise will rule this
> compatibility issue out, and place it on one of the many other oddities in
> the system / network.
There is http://rhn.redhat.com/errata/RHBA-2002-110.html, which fixes some NFS
But basically using a Linux client and a Solaris server works.
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be fiction rather than truth.
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