On Mon, 2003-08-25 at 11:05, David T Hollis wrote:
that wants to use NFS to do a couple of chkconfig statements is not
much, especially when it reduces the network footprint of the stock install.
A "stock" install has the firewall "enabled" (the high/medium stuff
gone) and no remote hosts can initiate RPC/NFS connections to a "stock"
A "stock" machine can act a NFS client with no problem however.