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nfs mounts fail at boot time



I have FC1 running on my Gateway M500 laptop which uses
wireless DHCP hookup to my home network.  The networking
comes up at boot time.  I have NFS mounts (e.g., for /home/maint) 
listed in my /etc/fstab file.  At boot time, the NFS mounts always
fail.  After boot, I can mount these easily using
"mount /home/maint".  It seems to me that maybe the boot
is not providing enough time for the network to get established.
Any help in getting this to work would be appreciated. -- Matt

Here are some lines from my boot.log file:
Jun 23 05:58:41 localhost pcmcia: Starting PCMCIA services:
Jun 23 05:58:43 localhost pcmcia:  cardmgr.
Jun 23 05:58:43 localhost rc: Starting pcmcia:  succeeded
Jun 23 05:58:43 localhost mount: mount: RPC: Remote system error -
Network is unreachable
Jun 23 05:58:43 localhost mount: mount: RPC: Remote system error -
Network is unreachable
Jun 23 05:58:43 localhost netfs: Mounting NFS filesystems:  failed
Jun 23 05:58:43 localhost netfs: Mounting other filesystems:  succeeded
Jun 23 05:58:43 localhost apmd: apmd startup succeeded




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