Subject: Re: NetBSD NSF server with OS X NFS clients
To: Johan A. van Zanten <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jukka Marin <email@example.com>
Date: 09/13/2007 20:10:41
On Thu, Sep 13, 2007 at 11:47:02AM -0500, Johan A. van Zanten wrote:
> > NFS was working just fine between NetBSD systems and an embedded linux
> > box. Then a Macbook entered the house and the problems began. First,
> > I had to allow mount requests from ports >=1023.
> You can fix this by adding the "resvport" option to the nfs mount. On the
> Mac, it looks like this:
> buri:~ $ nidump fstab .
> nfs03.fnord:/mnt/005 /mnt/005 nfs resvport 0 0
Yes, but I was experimenting with Finder and doing the mount there
(and you can't specify any mount options in the GUI).
I'll test some more - it seems that the linux box generates non-Latin-1
filenames, maybe that's part of the problem (although those files work
just fine under NetBSD).