Gerhard Magnus wrote:
On Mon, 2008-03-24 at 12:55 -0500, Roger Heflin wrote:
> Gerhard Magnus wrote:
>> On Mon, 2008-03-24 at 10:38 -0600, Aaron Konstam wrote:
>>> No route to host sounds more like a connection problem. You can ssh between
>> ssh works fine. I've been googling this problem and found that other
>> people have had it and it may be a serious bug. Could it be that NFS
>> doesn't work in fedora and that everybody uses samba anyway?
> Nope, NFS works fine in FC8, both the default kernel, and a number of the
> upgrade kernels, no one in their right mind uses SAMBA within a group of
> Linux/Unix machines, Samba is typically only used when exporting Linux/Unix disk
> to machines that don't have NFS support.
> "no route to host" *IS* a connection problem, run the commands
"netstat -r" and
> "ifconfig -a" on both the server and client machine, and return the
OK... Here's the server:
...and the client:
I don't see anything in either that stands out as wrong, both machines are
plugged into the "LAN" ports of the router?
Try "arp -a" on both the client and server, and see what returns.
If the arp command does not show the other machine, try pinging the other
machine and rerun the "arp -a".
And can you both ping and ssh both directions? client -> server and server ->