Can't connect to NFS Share
chowse at charter.net
Sun Jun 12 10:14:34 GMT 2005
BINGO! Thanks, Bob!
On Jun 11, 2005, at 7:02 PM, Bob Bomar wrote:
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> Charles Howse wrote:
> | Hello, I'm new to the list.
> | I've had a FreeBSD 4.8-RELEASE-p13 server running for a long
> time, but
> | now I've decided to install 4.11 on a new machine.
> | The problem I'm having is that I have nfs shares configured,
> | -e shows me the correct information, all the nfs services are
> | and I have network connectivity between my PowerMac and the new
> | machine, but I can't mount or connect to the shares.
> | When I open a root terminal on my Mac and issue "mount_nfs moe:/usr/
> | local/www /Volumes/Storage/TMP", I get "Permission Denied".
> | On the FreeBSD machine, I see "NFS request from unprivileged port
> | (192.168.254.3:52514)".
> | I've searched the list archives for "NFS request from unprivileged
> | port" with no joy, and don't find anything else interesting on
> | Could someone please point me in the right direction to resolve
> The Mac is trying the NFS request on a non priveleged port. Try
> setting setting nfs_reserve_port_only to NO in /etc/rc.conf
> - --
> Bob Bomar
> bob at bomar.us
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