man exports [by gerald_clark]
The server ip is 10.2.2.24.
Getting the following error while mounting in linux:
[root@localhost ~]# mount -t nfs 10.20.30.12:/home/Team/EXT -o username=rncit,password=abc123 /var/log/new
mount.nfs: an incorrect mount option was specified.
/etc/exports file has following entry at remote machine(10.20.30.12)
both machine is wrorking and mount point is ok.
Any idea abo
So I've looked as much as I can and I can't find the solution to this.
I can't mount the NFS exports of my Fedora 19 machine on my laptop.
I have an NFS Server and client. I am trying to include the ipaddress of the client in servers exports file /etc/exports.
In this case , I could not mount , saying permission denied.
But when I give * symbol in the place of ipaddress ( Global , any IPS )
it is mounting.
Kindly let me know what is the reason behind this.
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