I just installed Red-Hat (some of the last versions) and I'm trying to share
a file system and didnt´t work.
What I´ve found is:
1. by default the system was running
under 5 mode (inittab, I changed it to
2. There´re some files missing in
/etc/rc.d like rc.M and other file
(which I don´t remember but it´s the one that loads all the rpc´s deamos like rpc.portmap,rpc.mountd, rpc.nfsd etc)
3. The file /usr/sbin/rpc.portmap is
missing too, I copied it from a slackware version, but it didn´t work.
4. The /etc/exports file exists when the correct parameters
5. I´ve done this before (sharing a file system) in a slackware version.
with no problem, the system that is mounting the shared file system is a Ultra (Sun)
6. The Ultra machine is running the proper deamos to mount a nfs file
7. Is there another way to share file systems under Red-Hat?, because I´ve found that the files that makes this work in Slackware, they just don´t exist in Red-Hat
Is all this about a bad installation of
Thanks in advance.....