Re: how to mount nfs shares with user write access

--- Serge Dubrouski <sergeyfd@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Check permissions on the NFS server. Make sure that
regular users can
write to exported the filesystem.

On 7/26/06, Bliss, Aaron <ABliss@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I'm having trouble mounting a nfs export so that
non-root users can
write to the share; the share is exported with rw
; As root, I can write
to the share, however normal users get a
permission denied error; I'm
getting the same results whether I manually mount
the partition or
access the partition thru autofs (both ways I'm
mounting with rw as an
option); any help would be much appreciated.


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I think that NFS uses uid's and gid's to check
permissions, If you don't use NIS, that would cause

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