2006/2/26, Tim <ignored_mailbox(a)yahoo.com.au>:
>> Does the client's hostname/IP pair appear in the server's /etc/hosts
> Yes, it does:
> # cat /etc/hosts
> # Do not remove the following line, or various programs
> # that require network functionality will fail.
> 127.0.0.1 s0 localhost.localdomain localhost
> 10.1.1.101 dkt
You're trying to give something a machine hostname (s0) on the localhost
address. The top line should really be this, precisely:
127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain localhost
That s0 was placed there by the ananconda installer. I added the second line.
If you're applying a hostname to a machine, then you want to do
so to a
real interface (somewhat like your second entry), particularly so when
it's networked to other machines.
You may need to make it a fully qualified domain name, even if it's a
fake one, as some things will insist on there being at least one dot in
the name (some servers, generally).
e.g. 10.1.1.101 dkt.localdomain dkt
>>> The server is fc5t3 and the client fc4
You're probably best asking on the test list about FC5-related errors,
it may be the cause of your problem.
I already searched the the test list and found nothing. I just want to
make sure it is not a misconfiguration before claiming bugs in the
Firewall rules or SELinux contexts could also be playing a part in
SELinux is set to permissive on the server. I added the nfs ports to
the firewall, what other ports should be open? I believe that if the
firewall was blocking i would receive connection refused messages and
not permission denied.