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how to Install a serveur NFS and mount this

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hello

my system = Fedora

I installed  the server NFS and I do not manage to connect

Links of the tutoriel which I have to use
http://www.server-world.info/en/note?os=Fedora_20&p=nfs

NFS Server: IP-192.168.1.2
NFS Client : IP-192.168.1.3
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by:Seth Simmons
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do you have any mounts defined?
is the nfs service running?
what error(s) do you get?
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hello

my problem is my firewall lol Solved :)

tx ^^
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