Michael B Allen
ioplex at gmail.com
Sun Jul 15 21:54:44 UTC 2007
I'm a C developer. I normally use Linux but I'm trying FreeBSD with
First thing I need to do mount an NFS volume. I was able to mount it
manually. Fine. Then I added an entry to amd.map, did 'amd /mnt
/etc/amd.map' and tried to access the directory in /mnt and it worked.
Fine. Then I killed amd, tried and failed to figure out how to get amd
to start automatically on boot. Then I tried to start amd again as
before and now it doesn't work:
Jul 15 17:15:43 bsd1 kernel: nfs server pid741 at bsd1:/mnt: not responding
Jul 15 17:16:13 bsd1 kernel: nfs server pid741 at bsd1:/mnt: not responding
Jul 15 17:18:17 bsd1 last message repeated 4 times
What am I doing wrong?
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