[svlug] Mounting drives
skip at bigskypenguin.com
Tue Jan 30 10:04:19 PST 2007
They are rw:
192.168.0.100:/home on /mnt/BSP_home type nfs
192.168.0.101:/home on /mnt/VP_home type nfs
192.168.0.101:/usr on /mnt/VP_usr type nfs
/mnt/VP_projects type nfs (rw,addr=192.168.0.101)
Kevin Smathers wrote:
> Check the output of 'mount' to see if it is mounted read-only (ro) or
> read-write (rw).
> Skip Evans wrote:
>> Hey all,
>> I went ahead and just did an apt-get install portmap, and it went out
>> and got it, and then started it.
>> So now I see this:
>> root at Xu-400:/mnt# ps waux | grep portmap
>> daemon 5058 0.0 0.0 1708 392 ? Ss 10:25 0:00
>> root 5118 0.0 0.1 2800 752 pts/2 R+ 10:34 0:00 grep
>> root at Xu-400:/mnt#
>> So it looks like portmap is up and running, right?
>> And when I did a mount -a
>> ...all the file systems under /mnt from the server where mounted very
>> I can read files from the server, but cannot write them back in Kate.
>> I get a permissions or no disk space error. I did a 777 of all
>> relevant files to make simply eliminate that for now (won't leave it
>> that way!), but I still get the error.
>> By the way, no server changes have taken place at all, only the
>> installation of Xu on the workstations.
>> Skip Evans wrote:
>>> Hey all,
>>> I get the impression from Googling around that portmap is not
>>> running, and I should start it.
>>> However, there is no start up script for it in /etc/init.d
>>> Is this perhaps something that should installed through the package
>>> manager in Xubuntu? Seems like it should come with any Linux distro,
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