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> How to tell if nfs is loaded into kernel
narduk
post Aug 28 2008, 02:29 PM
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I have a GoDaddy Virtual Dedicated server. I want to mount the filesystem onto my Mac OS X machine.

I am trying to start nfs, but I cannot get it to start nfsd. I get the error

Starting NFS Daemon: [Failed]

I have looked in the logs and it says:
nfsd[11441]: nfssvc: no such device


From here all information I have found points me to, "is NFS loaded in the kernel"

How do I find this out?

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Logan Renz
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