> On 1 Oct 2017, at 14:41, Rick Macklem <rmack...@uoguelph.ca> wrote:
> Michael Butler wrote:
>> I have no idea why but using ..
>> sudo /sbin/mount vm01:/usr/local/exports/ /mnt
> This is weird. I would have thought they would both result in the same
>> .. instead of ..
>> sudo /sbin/mount -t nfs vm01:/usr/local/exports/ /mnt
> Did this work with the older system?.
> I'll admit I always go "su" and then do the mount command as
> # mount -t nfs vm01:/usr/local/exports /mnt"
> Please let us know if this doesn't work.
> (If you try this and it doesn't work, then something is definitely broken.)
> I don't even have sudo. (It's a port and my guess would be some issue
> related to how either it or "mount" parses things.)
the not working is :
mount host:/path some-local-path
which should default to -t nfs, and at least in 11.1 it works
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