NFS Doesn't Exist Error
a.apprich at science-computing.de
Tue Aug 16 07:00:38 UTC 2005
Mark Sargent wrote:
> Hi All,
> when trying to mount a share on FC3(client) from CentOS(server), it says
> the share doesn't exist,
> [root at localhost ~]# mount 192.168.168.10/home/batmanbegins/nfsshare
> mount: special device 192.168.168.10/home/batmanbegins/nfsshare does not
you're missing a : between the server's ip and the share you want to
apprich at elmstreet apprich $ sudo mount
apprich at elmstreet apprich $ ll -d /mnt/
drwxrwxr-x 32 apprich apprich 4096 Aug 4 09:07 /mnt/
> I've made sure NFS was successfully restarted on both machines and
> followed this tutorial to a t,
> and can verify that both machines are pingable from each other.
> Connectivity doesn't seem to be a problem, and I temporarily disabled
> the firewall on both boxes. Anyone got any ideas on what to shoot for
> with this.? Share definitely exists on the server and I'm confident I
> followed the tutorial correctly. Cheers.
> Mark Sargent.
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