What would the syntax look like if I need to suply username&password?
I now get: permission denied. Which is actually quit good, because it means a connection is trying to be made Slowly I'm progressing...
Posted: Fri 22 Feb 2013, 10:24 Post subject:
Re: NFS at last - problem solved Subject description: NFS not mounting in newer puppies
THANK YOU! Your solution works on saluki 023 too.
Unfortunately this post is too low on google's rank for people with NFS mount problems to notice. Lots of older posts I've tried lead nowhere, yours is a savior.
BTW, on saluki mount-FULL -t nfs fails because it can't find mount.nfs, which is indeed missing, and I can't find it in common repositories either. If anyone can point me to a package with that file I'll be grateful.
For many weeks I've been trying to find out why I could not mount my Readynas Duo using NFS in newer puppies.
previously in the 525/528 series of Puppy Linux I've been using the command
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