From: Paul Mc Auley (paul at domain baltimore.ie)
Date: Fri 01 Oct 1999 - 11:48:56 IST
On Fri, 1 Oct 1999 11:36:26 +0100 "John P . Looney" <valen at domain tuatha.org> wrote:
| What's the story. For the last year, whatever changes they have made to
| Linux's NFS - I can mount *anything* first, second third or fourth try.
| Is there something stupid that you are supposed to have to do now ? Why
| can't I do:
| linuxbox# exportfs target:/directory -o ro
| target# mount linuxbox:/directory /mnt
| permission denied
| Stupid NFS implementation.
Let me guess. knfs on linuxbox? Solaris on target? If so you'll need to patch
the kernel. The notes on this are in the knfs docs.
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