so not sure where you got that from.
Well, I got that from numerous man pages through google. One of the
first ten results of 'man exports' was even a link to www.freebsd.org.
But, now I see on the server that the man page there really is
different. A difference then between linux and bsd I guess.
Should it be? Well, it isn't right now. My own user account under ubuntu
doesn't have write access by default, nor does root.
Shoudl be rw by default. who doesnt have writing access?
I'm not using nis (yet), so perhaps that is what is needed here? I never
used nfs before, if that wasn't totally obvious. :-)
The exports syntax shown in the local man page is helping me out. The
options are all working, -mapall is usefull, but what I really want is
the 'rw by default' bit. So that each user can create files and get
their own uid:gid accordingly.
are the unix
permissions on both sides correct,
If NIS is the answer here, I would not be surprised. Could it be?
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