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SubjectRe: rpc.nfsd problem
> From: ramneek@zeus.ddms.sc.ti.com (Ramneek S Randhawa)
> Date: Wed, 29 May 1996 21:53:25 -0500 (CDT)
>
>
> Hello,
> Somebody please help me. Below is information about my system and the
> problem I had installing linux kernel 1.3.83.
>
> 1. System Info.
>
> 1.1 CPU : 486DX2
> 1.2 Memory : 32MB
> 1.3 Linux Version : 1.3.83
> 1.4 Gcc Version : 2.7.2
> 1.5 IDE Disk : Western Digital Caviar 2100 1.0GB
> 1.6 Disk Controller : Adaptec AVA2825VL SCSI and IDE Controller.
>
> 2. rpc.nfsd Setup and problem
>
> 2.1 I want to export some file system to my second PC running Windows for
> workgroups running FTP's PC/TCP 2.3. I have setup my /etc/exports as
> given below
>
> # See exports(5) for a description.
> # This file contains a list of all filesystems exported to other
> # machines It is used by rpc.nfsd and rpc.mountd.
>
> / master(rw) trusty(rw)
> /projects proj*.local.domain(rw)
> /usr *.local.domain(ro)
> /pub (ro,insecure,root_quash)
>
>
> 2.2 I have verified the network connectivity between my Linux box and
> windows box. I can ping my Windows PC and do ftp etc.
>
> 2.3 rpc.nfsd problem: When ever I run rpc.nfsd I get the following error
>
> Cannot register service: RPC: Unable to receive; errno = Connection
> refused
> unable to register(NFS_PROGRAM, NFS_VERSION, UDP).
>
>
> 3. Please let me know if this is known or unknown bug and if there is fix for
> this problem.
>
>
> Regards,
> Ramneek

Maybe you should run rpc.portmap or portmap first. Without rpc.portmap
rpc.nfsd does not work ...


Werner







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