QUOTE(wizzro @ Oct 13 2004, 05:07 AM)
First you need a kernel with NFS filesystem support (or modules) and some packages installed :
dpkg -l nfs-\* | grep ii
ii nfs-common 1.0.6-3 NFS support files common to client and serve
ii nfs-kernel-ser 1.0.6-3 Kernel NFS server support
Next you add a line like this and you replace with your own sttings :
And finally you restart nfs (with root) with the command /etc/init.d/nfs-kernel-server restart
On the zaurus
mount -t nfs -o hard,intr,nolock,nfsvers=2 192.168.10.1:/data /tmp/p
I hope this help you
Thanks for the thorough reply. From your instructions, and from google searches, I eventually figured it out. I pretty much did everything you said, except I couldn't get it to work with nfs-kernel-server, so I removed that and installed nfs-user-server instead, and that worked.
This is great, now I can get to my entire music collection on my Z! Wirelessly!!