[K12OSN] SME, K12LTSP, and NFS

Les Mikesell les at futuresource.com
Tue Apr 13 21:09:53 UTC 2004

On Tue, 2004-04-13 at 13:13, David Trask wrote:

> My exports on the SME server looks like this:
> /mytest,insecure,sync,no_root_squash)
            Is this the single client address where you are
trying to mount?

> any ideas for things to look for as to why I can't connect? My SME box is
> running 6.0 and it is in server only mode....I tried adding

What does 'showmount -e' say, both from the server and client (give the
server name on the client)?

> # nfs
> rpc.nfsd:
> rpc.mountd:
> # portmap
> portmap:
Either your should be to give access to all of
10.x.x.x or your subnet mask should be to restrict to
a single client.  I think you should see log entries in /var/log/secure
when a connection is refused by tcpwrappers.

> To hosts.allow.....still no dice....do I have to restart anything when I
> make the change to hosts.allow? Any ideas appreciated....I'm trying to see
> if I can do both Samba and LDAP to auth Windows XP and Linux (K12LTSP) and
> export the home dirs via NFS to the K12LTSP box using an SME server....if
> I'm successful it will be a lot easier than my current Samba/LDAP setup.

Does that mean you already have an SME server using LDAP authentication?
As a server or client?

  Les Mikesell
    les at futuresource.com

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