[uClinux-dev] nfs mount question

Thomas Eschenbacher Thomas.Eschenbacher at gmx.de
Sat Mar 1 03:47:22 EST 2003


thomas chen wrote:
> [...]
> mount -t nfs 192.168.1.200:/home /usr
> 
> if first complain that mount is older than the kernel?
> and then NFS complain mount did not pass remote address?
> 
> did i miss something

Maybe you need to specify the nfs version in the command line. That
parameter should be in the man page of mount (nfsver=... or similar).

Additionally, I always mount with the options "-o nolock,noac"
which removes the need for a running portmap and locking.

hope this helps,
Thomas
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