SMB and NFS question
john at biwaymedia.com
Sun Mar 23 01:11:51 GMT 2003
I've got a really weird question:
I have Windows system A, with a share named "files".
I have a Linux server B, mounting the share in /opt/files
I want my other Linux computers C through F to mount /opt on B and have
access to the files directory.
The SMB mount works fine on B. All files are accessable.
I can NFS mount the B:/opt directory just fine from C-F, but the
/opt/files directory is empty.
Somehow NFS is not letting the SMB share pass through. A and B are on a
192.168.0.* subnet and B - F are on a 10.0.0.* subnet.
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