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getting the error "nfs server reported service unavailable: Address already in use" when trying to use TCP

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Hello
I am trying to mount my nfs drives useing TCP

When i do i get the error
nfs server reported service unavailable: Address already in use

my servers
cat /etc/exports
/home/unitnet/  192.168.0.214(insecure,rw)
/home/unitnet   nfs.krusty(insecure,rw)
/home/unitnetconsult    nfs.krusty(insecure,rw)

I am on RH9

Thanks for any suggestions
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Does anyone know this for a fact??
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from the NFS mailing list

RH9 supports TCP mounting , but you have to recompile it
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