NFS on the UW servers
lbmelton at u.washington.edu
Sat Jan 18 22:52:22 PST 2003
Try smbmount instead. It will work if you can access your homedir in
On Sat, 18 Jan 2003, Brad Emerson wrote:
> Hi all-
> I've got a linux box set up on campus, running redhat 8.0, full install. I'm
> interested in accessing my homedrive on my department's server.
> I've been playing with the mount command:
> mount -t nfs einstein.ee.washington.edu: /mnt/ee
> or excluding the type
> mount einstein.ee.washington.edu: /mnt/ee
> the command returns :
> mount: RPC: Program not registered
> Do I have to explicitly give my home directory location, or does it know to
> use my homedir, like when I use scp? When I invoke scp, the directoy point
> of reference is my homedir..
> Additionally, how will I authenticate? Do I need to get ssh keys up to
> snuff? or willl it prompt me?
> Graduate Student, Electrical Engineering
> bemerson at u.washington.edu
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