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I found that disabling the firewall fixed the problem. It is also considerably quicker than the current method. nmap needs to be told the subnet to search on. Also see our new Developer Portal for more ways to get help. navigate here

prismic commented Aug 23, 2013 I ran into the same problem, and the error messages I keep getting was variants of requested NFS version or transport protocol is not supported or Simply renaming one of the shared folders parents from lower case to uppercase ended hours of pain. bubenkoff commented Feb 6, 2013 No need to fully disable it, just add nfsd to exceptions, you'll need to navigate to root by cmd+up and enter nfsd in search field bubenkoff Sponsor This Blog! https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4691244?tstart=0

Socket Error Errno 61 Connection Refused Python

Instead nmap is installed automatically when the GUI starts. Maybe I didn't look in the > right place? Comment 33 William Kenney 2012-01-05 18:29:49 CET Going back into my Mandriva notes of the past there was a time when an fstab nfs mount would work on some computers and Only snag now it that on opening the folder it is displayed as empty. (It's the home folder on my server) How best to investigate this?

The system finds no (existing) nfs-server. then it could also be a weird nfs behaviour I experienced as follows: By studying the Max OSX Console (command-space console) I noticed that even though my Vagrantfile was nfs mounting Thanks. Also, the "add information to NFS GUI" patch is buggy.

cpjobling pushed a commit to cpjobling/vagrant-chef-dlamp that referenced this issue Jun 20, 2014 eaton Format For Printing -XML -Clone This Bug -Top of page First Last Prev Next This bug is not in your last search results.

I think this is a good idea. Home Forums Posting Rules Linux Help & Resources Fedora Set-Up Guides Fedora Magazine Ask Fedora Fedora Project Fedora Project Links The Fedora Project Get Fedora F23 Release Notes F24 Release Notes If not, check your logs to see what went wrong. That is what the present tool already does.

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Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright 12 * notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. 13 * 2. cd to your download folder (where the patches are) su patch /usr/lib/libDrakX/fs/remote/nfs.pm < bug207.patch patch /usr/sbin/draknfs < patch-draknfs_firewall_warning.txt exit Comment 90 Barry Jackson 2012-10-15 13:50:53 CEST I tested using a nfs Socket Error Errno 61 Connection Refused Python I've got an old Celeron 1.8Mhz that connects every time with no delay. It seems like the not working find box in rpmdrake (bug 30) Comment 5 AL13N 2011-03-07 21:40:17 CET i think it's just that if there are no servers, you can't use

Here is my menu for setting up a Mageia 2 NFS Server: For sharing a local directory using NFS MCC: Network Sharing -> Share drives and directories using NFS installs nfs-utils check over here Comment 102 claire robinson 2013-03-11 20:16:49 CET valid 3beta3 https://forums.mageia.org/en/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=4505 Comment 103 Thierry Vignaud 2013-03-11 21:49:35 CET @thomas: It should be fixed regarding perl_checker (undeclared variables, unused variables and the like) jvillain Rawhide 4 2nd February 2013 09:07 AM firewalld and Ekiga Sagitter Servers & Networking 0 24th December 2012 04:25 PM FirewallD Evil-I Using Fedora 25 12th October 2012 01:04 AM I had to add *all* the following applications: - /usr/sbin/rpcbind - /sbin/nfsd - /usr/sbin/rpc.statd - /usr/sbin/rpc.lockd - /usr/libexec/rpc.rquotad These settings didn't seem to take effect right away, I had to reboot

Since that event is 15+ years old, it may or may not be relevant. But I can add a nfs-mount in the fstab Comment 9 Magnus Rasche 2011-05-09 22:10:36 CEST Some more Infos: If I disable the local firewall, I get the nfs-server. When I run Vagrant's mount command manually from inside my Ubuntu 12.04 VM, I get: $ sudo mount -v -o vers=3 192.168.100.1:'/Users/michael/Projects/mobile' /vagrant mount: no type was given - I'll assume his comment is here We had a discussion of this on the Mageia discuss list (http://comments.gmane.org/gmane.linux.mageia.user/5394) and there was some sort of indication to a resolution to the problem in the last message by Rama

The problem I am having is because the mount command cannot resolve the host name it is trying to use. Would I need to apply both? After adding this again to my hosts file the problem was fixed.

I have seen and experienced all four of your stated issues with NFS mounts over the years.

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  2. All works perfect on Simulator and Devices for IOS using Wifi, Cellular, from abroad etc.
  3. If (2) is occurring, then either systemd is running whatever does fstab mounts before network-up, or if this only happens with your NIC, the driver is reporting network-up prematurely.
  4. I was approaching things in the context of the F17 firewall.
  5. For me I never had to mess with the firewall on the mac in question.
  6. But it takes a long, long time.

i start rpcbind and nfs-common (that works now) 11. I am running 64-bit Mageia. This has the side effect of filling in 883 * (*vpp)->v_type with the correct value. 884 */ 885 if (argp->flags & NFSMNT_NFSV3) 886 nfs_fsinfo(nmp, *vpp, curthread->td_ucred, curthread); 887 else 888 VOP_GETATTR(*vpp, Either change it in 2 or make the change in Cauldron only.

Comment 19 William Kenney 2011-10-23 16:58:00 CEST My Mageia 1 64-bit install, NFS mount, continues to work just fine with the hand modified /etc/fstab file. http://www.glebreys.com Gleb Reys Hi Peter, the reason it's read-only is because you're telling the mount command to only mount filesystem in read-only mode: -r parameter means read-only. Cheers, Marc Comment 84 Barry Jackson 2012-10-13 11:32:12 CEST (In reply to comment #82) > I am surprised at how much resistance there is to fixing this bug. weblink This will allow a client 725 * to receive replies from a different IP then the request was 726 * sent to.

Hope this helps … On Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 9:45 PM, Dan Kubb ***@***.***> wrote: I ran into this same problem.