On Thursday 03 February 2011 03:56:40 don fisher wrote: > I have three systems, two Ubuntu and one F14. I am trying to move to > F14. Currently I can mount any of the Ubuntu the systems on the three > computers. But when I try to mount the file system exported from F14 I > receive a message from NFS: > > mount.nfs: No route to host > > I can ping the F14 system, so the name resolution should be ok. I use > the same /etc/exports file on all machines, so is is probably not the > problem. > > Is there anything I need to set up with iptables, or PAM? > > I am working from the command line. Any advice appreciated. > I had similar problems in mounting from fstab. It turned out that I was using mount commands suited to nfs3 and Fedora was using nfs4. This is one of the fstab lines that works for me - I'm sure that from that you can find what you need. 192.168.0.xx:/home /mnt/server_home nfs4 rsize=8192,wsize=8192,timeo=14,intr Anne -- New to KDE Software? - get help from http://userbase.kde.org
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