Subject: Re: NFS problems with sunos machines to netbsd sparc
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Chuck Cranor <email@example.com>
Date: 11/23/1994 10:01:02
> Setting nfs_portmon to 0 on SunOS solves the problem.
> When nfs_portmon is set to 1, I get error messages dealing with weak
> authentication. If you want the exact messages, I can recreate them.
>Yes, I realized this was possible. But I can not due this due to
>security concerns. I just want to be able to plop a netbsd machine
>into an already existing networking setup and make it a usable
>machine, I should not have to reconfigure my servers to get one new
>machine to work, especially in this case.
what are you using in /etc/fstab? it should look like this:
remote:/fs /fs nfs rw,-b,-P 0 0
use priv port
if you are running diskless, it should still work ok. i sent
in a patch a few month ago which causes diskless boot to use priv
port numbers. (it still works for me...)
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