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Problems with NFS install...



I am attempting to setup a RH 7.0 kickstart install.  Here's the two network
specific lines of my ks.cfg:
network --bootproto static --ip 192.168.1.57 --netmask
255.255.255.0 --gateway 192.168.1.1 --nameserver 209.85.110.11 --hostname
mail1-mdr
nfs --server 192.168.1.90 --dir /vol/vol0/kickstart

The install begins to go into a manual install and asks if I want an NFS,
FTP or HTTP install.  I select NFS and move on to put in the IP address, I
put in the same IP address I have specified in the ks.cfg file and it seems
to assign it (I can ping it).  Then it asks for the nfs server and
directory.  I put in "192.168.1.90" for the server name and
"/vol/vol0/kickstart" for the directory.  When I hit "OK" I get the message
"I could not mount that directory from the server".  I have the NFS server
open to all connections currently and the IP I'm assigning to the client is
in DNS.

The command "mount 192.168.1.90:/vol/vol0/kickstart /mnt/kickstart" works
fine from all of my other machines, so I know the NFS server is up an
working.  Any ideas?  Thanks!

-Stephen Bolinger





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