Subject: Re: bin/10986: mount_nfs doesn't fallback to IPv4
To: Benedikt Meurer <>
From: Andrew Brown <>
List: netbsd-bugs
Date: 10/01/2002 09:33:10
>> > I prefer the "inet" names.
>> The correct solution is to use a "proto=" option, like Solaris has.
>> Last time I looked into that, there was something that getmntopt(3)
>> didn't like about that, but I don't quite remember.
>> Please don't implement anything else.
>Ok, I don't have access to any solaris system for now, but somebody
>sent me the mount_nfs(1M) man page :-). We would then use proto=
>{tcp,tcp6,udp,udp6} options and use getnetconfigent("...") to get
>the struct netconfig, right? That would also obsolete ALTF_TCP, since
>we could specify proto={tcp,tcp6}, or do I missed something about that?

under separate cover.

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