When you say "The error you're seeing, "RPCPROG_NFS: Program not registered", 
is nfsd complaining that it can't talk to portmap (which "registers" RPC services)." 
Are we talking the portmapper on the local computer, or the portmapper on the remote 

        Also for anyone else, I've gotten further with my mount_smbfs problem, but 
still getting errors. It returns:

        phineas# mount_smbfs -I //[EMAIL PROTECTED]/homes /home
        mount_smbfs: vfsload(smbfs): File exists

ANY time I use mount_smbfs, it doesn't even matter if the computer I'm trying to 
connect to has Samba or not. It returns it for all calls to mount_smbfs. I did add 
"NETSMB", "NETSMBCRYPTO", "LIBICONV", "LIBMCHAIN", and "SMBFS" to my kernel config and 
recompiled as well as issuing "kldload smbfs" so that smbfs was added to my 
/boot/loader.conf. If I've done something I shouldn't have please by all means correct 

BTW: My rc.conf contains the following entries in that order for reference:
Zac Brown

On Tue, 20 Jan 2004 11:13:46 -0500
Brian Minder <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> On Mon, Jan 19, 2004 at 09:27:33PM -0600, Zac Brown wrote:
> > The problems in the earlier post are irrelevant because I figured out I was trying 
> > to connect to the wrong IP now but I have a new problem. When I use mount_smbfs I 
> > get the following error:
> > 
> > phineas# mount_smbfs -I //[EMAIL PROTECTED]/homes /mnt/home
> > mount_smbfs: unable to open connection: syserr = Connection refused
> > 
> > And when I try to mount the nfs share I get the following error:
> > 
> > phineas# mount -t nfs /mnt/home
> > nfsd: RPCPROG_NFS: Program not registered
> > 
> > Any help or enlightenment would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
> Make sure you have the following line in your /etc/rc.conf:
> nfs_client_enable="YES"
> This will start portmap when the system boots.  The error you're seeing,
> "RPCPROG_NFS: Program not registered", is nfsd complaining that it can't
> talk to portmap (which "registers" RPC services).
> Sorry, but I don't have any experience with SMBFS mounts, so I can't be of
> much help there.
> Hope that helps,
> -Brian
> -- 
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]                                                1024/8C7C4DE9

Zac Brown

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