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> adding computers to network, problems with configuring network
post Oct 6 2008, 11:16 PM
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Whats this Lie-nix Thing?

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i am a student at rosalind franklin university for medicine and science. i am a first year with not very much linux experience and we are adding computers to our neuroimaging lab. we are haveing problem adding two new computers to a network file sharing(nfs) on a linux network. one is on red hat 9, the other is an imac running os10.3.9

the other computers are running red hat or fedora core and are working properly. we have properly configured host table and fstab file on both client and host. we know the network is working properly because ssh allows access to the host. we however, have no access to any of the data through nfs.

any advice or help for me?

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post Oct 9 2008, 11:16 PM
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You are exporting to lucy and pigpen and,sync,nohide)

However, to add a share for the entire network you would use,sync,nohide) or,sync,nohide)

Is this what you want to accomplish? Be sure to restart nfs for changes to take affect.

On the linux PC (as root) look at the output of the command
iptables -L
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