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Re: nfs server
- From: Daniel_Casey at jbhunt dot com
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 15:23:24 -0500
- Subject: Re: nfs server
Hmmm. Interesting. It start from the command line. I just went to
/usr/sbin and type portmap and then checked for the process and it was
$ ps -ef|grep port
user01 516 1 ? 15:13:26 /usr/sbin/portmap
But, I don't see it running under Win2k services. Do I need to start
mountd and/or nfsd through the Services?
So, if /etc/exports has /pub (ro,all_squash), is there a command I can run
to see if it's ready to be mounted remotely?
BTW, /pub is just a directory, not a filesystem, so it's hanging off of /.
Does it have to be an FS?
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