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    SubjectRe: 2.1.72 and kernel NFSD
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    In article <349749DF.F2787C9@star.net>, Bill Hawes  <whawes@star.net> wrote:
    >Peter Horton wrote:
    >>
    >> modprobe nfs
    >> rpc.portmap
    >> rpc.mountd
    >> rpc.nfsd
    >> mount localhost:/vfat /mnt
    >>
    >> Works fine, no error (the rpc.* code is from a Linux 2.0 distribution).
    >>
    >> modprobe nfsd
    >> modprobe nfs
    >> rpc.portmap
    >> mountd
    >> mount localhost:/vfat /mnt
    >>
    >> Fails (using mountd from linux-nfs-0.4.21, or the original rpc.mountd).
    >>
    >> Have I got the right version of everything ?
    >
    >I think you need to add a
    > knfsd 2
    >
    >after the mountd command (knfsd or whatever you call the command.) Doing
    >a
    > ps -ax
    >
    >command afterwards should show two nfsd processes, a lockd, and a
    >rpciod. There's an example script for loading modules and starting
    >daemons in the linux-nfs package.

    I was having similar problems on a system that I recently upgraded from
    2.1.29. I'm trying to upgrade to linux-nfs-0.4.21 but I get compilation
    errors:

    In file included from lockd_syms.c:25:
    /usr/src/linux-nfs-0.4.21/kernel/include/linux/lockd/lockd.h:169: structure has
    no member named `f_inode'

    Was there a patch for this that I missed?
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