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Re: nfs-server 2.2.47-2
- From: Michael Lemke <ai26 at sternwarte dot uni-erlangen dot de>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Wed, 19 Nov 2003 20:36:31 +0100
- Subject: Re: nfs-server 2.2.47-2
- References: <oprywgdkg8td7ldf@localhost>
- Reply-to: ai26 at sternwarte dot uni-erlangen dot de
Robb, Sam wrote:
it needs to be made dependable on sunrpc package, which provides portmap.
That said: the entry for nfs-server in setup.ini already
indicates an install-time dependency on sunrpc. If this is
being missed somehow, it may indicate a problem with setup.exe
(or the format of the nfs-server setup.hint file).
I ran setup.exe, selected nfs-server and a few other unrelated
packages (links, squid), but it didn't select and install sunrpc.
So yes, it may be a problem with setup.exe.
I've just seen the same here. sunrpc isn't installed. I have the latest
Now I've tried to run the thing on W98 without any success. I just
want it to play with it, so I am not concerned with any security or stuff.
Just a mount from a VMS box should work. But doesn't. I start all
manually. First portmapper, then mountd, then nfsd. A netstat -a doesn't
show any listeners on nfsd, only portmap. telnet localhost nfsd gives
connection refused. What am I doing wrong? Just W98? Or would fixing
something in /etc/services help? nfs-server-config didn't work at all
since cygrunsrv says it cannot run in DOS mode. I am doing this from
a rxvt window with tcsh.
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