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NFA for Linux

Hi

I am digging my way into Linux and need to get a SuSE box (8.2)
connected
to a NetWare 6 server. The server has SP2 on it. The workstation
accesses the network cable and the outside world with no problem. I
have
a line in the hosts file on the workstation defining the server
(192.168.2.18 hilt6).

I have run NFSSTART on the server and setup an export of vol1. I have
an
nfsexprt file in the etc directory on the server and it specifies:
/VOL1 0 1 512 0 (the volume being exported is an NSS)

I also have an nfsthost file in the etc directory and it specifies:
/vol1 * 3 1
/vol1 * 2 1
/vol1 * 1 1
I have also tried this with my Linux workstation name in place of the
*
and also with my Linux workstation login id of root and get the same response

mount: HILT6:/VOL1: failed reason given by server: permission denied

I know I am close - advice please.

The user I am trying to connect as (root) has been created in NDS and
is
equivalent to the network admin. This user and the server are both in
the
same context.

Thanks





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Re: NFA for Linux

Duplicate post.
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