Take a look at this:
Let us know if it works.
I cant seem to mount NFS shares from my powerbook running panther. The server is running linux and the NFS setup is working. I confirmed this by being able to mount it on a seperate linux machine.
The IP of the server is 192.168.1.101 and the IP of my laptop is 192.168.1.100.Code:/etc/exports: /home 192.168.1.0/255.255.255.0(rw,no_root_squash,sync)
$sudo mount 192.168.1.101:/home /mnt
mount_nfs: /mnt: Operation not permitted
In case this might help others in the future.
As of today, 11/22/05, there are two methods that will work when using Linux NFS as server:
EITHER use the Apple Terminal and type the command:
$ sudo mount_nfs -P <server>:/<share> <client_path>/<client_dir>
OR re-export the Linux server by editing the /etc/exports file and replacing/adding the 'secure' option with 'insecure', i.e.:
By using the later method, you can then use the <command-k> [Connect to Server] GUI in the Finder 'Go' menu.
Hope this helps!
Gosh I had been looking for this for quite a while. Thanks a million.