Got this one figured out finally. Just need to have the following lines in
The clever bit that kept throwing me was needing to have the nfs client
enabled. Once that was in play both lockd and statd actually ran. Geesh!
Michael Collette wrote:
> After running through a stack of little pitfalls in trying to get a
> diskless client running from a 5-CURRENT server I'm down to the last nasty
> here. Hopefully someone might be able to help out.
> OpenOffice apparently doesn't want to run across an NFS share unless a
> "link_relative" option is given in the exports file.
> Sure enough, OpenOffice simply won't run from an NFS export on my diskless
> client. Unless I can get this part of the equation playing this diskless
> client project is dead in the water for me. OpenOffice is just too
> critical an app.
> Is there some way to get a similar behavior to "link_relative" working?
> Is there a better route to take with getting OpenOffice to work across
"In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice.
In practice, there is."
- Yogi Berra
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