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> Linux Fileserver With Mac Nfs Client, www.apple.com support is incomplete
syacko
post Oct 7 2003, 12:21 PM
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Hi,
I have read the support page for Mac OS 10 on NFS. The issue is that I get an error message when trying to connect. One is -5000 which mean that export does not exist. I solved that issue. Now, I get a -36. Anyone out there who has done this with linux and mac's have any thoughts as to the issue.

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post Oct 7 2003, 07:41 PM
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have you tried netatalk....i think there is a guide about it on this site that i have written....its a little out of date as far as the rpm...everything else should work like written...give that a try
and you dont have to use nfs...


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post Oct 8 2003, 01:23 PM
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Thanks - I will look at the guide and give it a try.
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post Oct 12 2003, 09:13 PM
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Ok, Everything works with one exception. When the file size hits 2G the copy is killed and the file is removed. I have video files up to 10 G on the Mac. The file server mount is ext3. Is there something that I missed?

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post Oct 13 2003, 07:28 AM
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try using nfsvers=3 on both the server and the client mounting ... NFS version 2 doesn't support files > 2gb in size ... NFS version 3 does (version 2 is the default for linux).


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