> On Tue, 29 Aug 2006, Bill Moran wrote: > >> In response to [EMAIL PROTECTED]: >> >> > >> > I'm getting the following errors when trying to mount volumes via NFS >> > between to FBSD 6.1-STABLE machines: >> > >> > Aug 29 14:20:41 host mountd: can't export /usr >> > Aug 29 14:20:41 host mountd: bad exports list line /usr -ro >> -maproot >> >> You have to map root to something ... i.e. >> /usr -ro -maproot root > > I did, using this sytax, like I always have: > > / -ro -maproot=0 192.x.x.1 > /usr -ro -maproot=0 root 192.x.x.1 > /var -ro -maproot=0 root 192.x.x.1 > /home -ro -maproot=0 root 192.x.x.1 > > where 192.x.x.1 is the IP of the only host I want to have access. I tried > switching to your syntax (taking out the "-0" and putting in " root" but I > get the same results... > > James Smallacombe PlantageNet, Inc. CEO and Janitor > [EMAIL PROTECTED] > http://3.am
i thought the syntax was maproot=root, thus, / -ro -maproot=root 192.x.x.1 /usr -ro -maproot=root 192.x.x.1 /var -ro -maproot=root 192.x.x.1 /home -ro -maproot=root 192.x.x.1 if that doesnt work, then i would remove the -ro, out of wondering if it could be colliding with the maproot=root. hth, jonathan _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"