> > But on other machines, I get:
> > [root@pb leisner]# cd /net/soyata
> > bash: /net/soyata: Permission denied
> > [root@pb leisner]# amq
> > / root "root" pb:(pid507)
> > /net toplvl /etc/amd.conf /net
> > /net/soyata host soyata:/ /.automount/soyata/root
> > /net/hp host hp:/ /.automount/hp/root
> > /net/compaq host compaq:/ /.automount/compaq/root
> > [root@pb leisner]#
> > (I can't direct mount either).
> > Things worked before I upgraded...
> I appear to have the very same problem, as far as I can tell from the
> documentation, it has something to do with the portmapper, but I've
> tried in hosts.allow to add the line ALL:ALL, but it does not seem
> to make any difference, any one have a suggestion ? The configuration
> worked with RH5.2.
nfsd has historically been fussy about the sort of hosts.allow entries
it will accept. Try using a dotted-decimal IP address, e.g.
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