[nSLUG] suse linux and NFS server....

John Stanton john at stantonnet.org
Fri Feb 19 13:58:40 AST 2010


Hi,

Also if you are using a firewall you will have to configure nfs to use 
static ports.

John Stanton, RHCE
john at stantonnet.org <mailto:john at stantonnet.org>





On 02/19/2010 12:49 PM, Eri Ramos Bastos wrote:
> That's probably a good start:
>
> http://en.opensuse.org/NFS
>
> []'
> Eri Ramos Bastos
>
> On Fri, Feb 19, 2010 at 12:38 PM, Michael Gillie<mikegpc at gmail.com>  wrote:
>    
>> Hey folks,
>>
>> I'm in a unit in my course that's dealing with Suse Enterprise Linux 10 SP3.
>> Don't ask me why they are choosing SUSe, when it would have been much easier
>> to go with Ubuntu, or Debian.
>>
>> We have to set up NFS and Samba shares, and they have to see each other.
>>
>> My teacher is being a complete ____ (you fill in the blank), by not
>> assisting those is a bind. I am one of those needing help.
>>
>> The two servers I have installed in VMWare Fusion 3, are able to ping each
>> other, but they only see the shares that are set up on their local system,
>> not each other's. Can someone help me out?
>>
>> If people know the step-by-step configuration instructions, I'll appreciate
>> those. (including all the permissions commands, etc). I'm learning linux,
>> and command line stuff, so, please be patient with me. At least I'm trying.
>>
>> I have to use VMware Fusion on my mac so it's compatible with the VMWare at
>> the school.
>>
>> Thanks in advance,
>>
>>
>> Michael
>>
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