Subject: Re: simple example for amd?
To: David Mazieres <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Thorsten Frueauf <email@example.com>
Date: 01/05/1996 13:32:56
> So, how about:
> usr/local opts:=rw;type:=nfs;rhost:=gabriella;rfs:=/usr/local
> Then run "amd /usr/local /your/map/name -type:=direct".
> One word of warning, however. In NetBSD 1.0, I couldn't get direct
> mount points to work for some reason. I don't know if this has been
> fixed or not.
> If not, make /usr/local a real symbolic link into an automount
I have the same "problem" like above, I want to mount direct with amd
on /usr/src - but with NetBSD 1.1 on HP300 port it did not work.
Haven't tried it on my Amiga NetBSD current machine (cause it is the
server in this case) - but I doubt that the problem is fixed in current
/usr/src gets 777 protected, and if you make `cd /usr/src ; ls` you
get a stale nfs handle :( Dunno what the problem is, but I was only
able to do the otomount with the link trick, which is not very nice.
So is there anyone that was able to mount -type:=direct with amd?
Name : Thorsten Frueauf Milano@irc cri@onaliM //
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