My original message:
Curtis Augustin wrote:
> Hi Gurus;
> I am trying to mount a cdrom remotely from a 2.4 sparc20 box using the
> share -f nfs -o ro /cdrom
> On the client side i am using an ipc with SUNOS4.1.3 using mount -t nfs
> servername:/cdrom /cdrom.
> Needless to say it did not work. I can see the top directory structure(
> cdrom0, name of directory(ies) on the cdrom,etc ) but i cannot see the files
> nor the directories under the main directory.
> Should i try to export or mount the cdrom using hsfs and how? I tried
> doing so in the share command but hsfs was an unknown format and it
> didn't share the filesystem.
> Or is it not possible to do so between the SUNOS and Solaris.
> Thank You in Advance for your help
I say thank you to all those who responded to my cdrom question. I found
that most of the responses were similar to the following , which worked
Command to share cdrom: share -F nfs -o ro,anon=0 /cdrom/cdrom0
Command to mount cdrom: mount -o ro server:/cdrom/cdrom0 /cdrom
After changing my mount point in the share command i had no problem
mount the cdrom and seeing all the directory and it's contents.
Again, thank you
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