F9 boot & mount problems

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I just freshly installed (not upgraded) the 32 & 64bit releases of
Fedora 9 on a system, and I'm seeing the same problems in both:
0) All the NFS mount points in /etc/fstab are completely ignored at
boot.  If I manually run "mount -a" then they mount without any
issues.  I have identical entries in the Fedora8 systems, and they
mount at boot without any problems:
netapp3:/vol/builds  /mnt/builds  nfs  rsize=32768,wsize=32768,soft,intr  0 0

1) The content of /etc/rc.local appears to get ignored at boot.  I
thought that I'd hack around the above mount problem by just adding a
"/bin/mount -a" to /etc/rc.local, but that doesn't do anything either.
 Even adding something like "/bin/echo foo > /tmp/foo" never gets run.
 I also see no errors.

Anyone else seeing this or know of a workaround?

L. Friedman [email protected]
LlamaLand https://netllama.linux-sxs.org

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