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  1. #1
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    Mar 2003


    I am trying to mount a directory but I am having a permissions issue.

    On server1

    my /etc/exports file looks like:

    /home/user3/www <ip of server2>(ro)

    On server2 i do the following:

    $ mount -t nfs <ip of server1>:/home/user3/www /home/user1/www/somedir

    On server2 i have 2 user accounts, called user1 and user2. After issuing the above command, mount assigns user2 as the owner and group of the mount point. Infact, I can't even access the mount point with this user. I get a Permissions denied message when trying to cd or ls on it.

    Also, how can I change this to be accessable either by root, or by another user?

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