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command to mount cram_fs via nfs?
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PostPosted: Wed 08 Jun 2005, 21:20    Post_subject:  command to mount cram_fs via nfs?  

Looking in the image.gz file I found what looked to be the cram_fs
mount commands:

losetup /dev/loop0 /usr_cram.fs
mount -r -t ${COMPRFS} /dev/loop0 /usr

For Puppy to mount cram_fs from an nfs export, would the command line be:

mount -r -t nfs -o timeo=20, intr "server IP":/"cram_fs export" /usr

For the server to mount the cram_fs file would be:

losetup /dev/loop0 /usr_cram.fs
mount -r -t "servers filesys. type" /dev/loop0 /"cram_fs export"


Puppy's kernel doesn't need anything extra to do all of this, does it?
Perhaps an advanced Qs, but I'm a noob & don't know about this.
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PostPosted: Thu 09 Jun 2005, 02:50    Post_subject: re; mount cram_fs nfs  

After looking at it more, the server mount of cram_fs might be:

losetup /dev/loop0 /usr_cram.fs
mount -r -t squashfs /dev/loop0 /"cram_fs export"

call "cram_fs export" just plain: cram


If someone with know how would help with this, I think this
setup for a LanPuppy has merit, & will make a great package.
But with my limited ability, I'll definately need help at times.
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PostPosted: Thu 09 Jun 2005, 04:45    Post_subject:  

Once you have turned your back on the dark side of the force
and become like this little chap:

http://www.thehumorarchives.com/humor/0001202.html

then you will find the true way - just ask Smile
Barry still asks.
Many people want to see you succeed.

You will learn the ways of the Linux Force . . .

PupLan is a good name? Will it be based on 1.0.3? Built in Monkey server? Perl?
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PostPosted: Thu 09 Jun 2005, 13:26    Post_subject: I'd have bought the warrenty!  

Pretty good site, looked at some of the other stuff.

Evil sith lord, emperor Bush says: may the FARCE be with you.

On a reality note, PupLan aint bad at all.
I'm working with 1.0 at the moment, shouldn't be much to upgrade.
I'm using the Freesco router-firewall as a server, but ultimately it
should all be based on Puppy, that'll take more effort.
I don't think any Perl should be needed, most of it is simple enough.
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