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Bugzilla from ganesanrajesh@gmail.com
Hello,
I have two systems running on Ubuntu 5.10 - one P4 and another amd64. I
decided to connect them.

1. I edited /etc/fstab by adding:
//192.168.1.20:/home /net nfs rw 0 0 in the client system and
2. edited /etc/exports of the server as:
/home 192.168.1.10(rw,async)
3. Earlier I have assigned static ip addresses for the eth card through
sytem>administration>networking as
192.168.1.20 for server
192.168.1.10 for client
4. I have added these ipaddresses along with host & domain names
in /etc/hosts.
192.168.1.10 primary primary.grajesh.in
192.168.1.20 secondary secondary.grajesh.in

But, while booting (or when trying to mount nfs later), I get a message
as:
"mount: can't get address for //192.168.1.20"
Where do I go wrong? Please help. Thanks in advance.
Regards,
Rajesh




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Re: name resolving error

Tim Frost
On Fri, 2005-12-16 at 08:49 +0530, G Rajesh wrote:
> Hello,
> I have two systems running on Ubuntu 5.10 - one P4 and another amd64. I
> decided to connect them.
>
> 1. I edited /etc/fstab by adding:
> //192.168.1.20:/home /net nfs rw 0 0 in the client system and
Try removing the leading "//".  The sysntax is "<host>:<path>", and
there are no "/" characters in a host name or IP address.

Since you have hosts file entries for both hosts, you could write:
secondary:/home /net nfs rw 0 0




> 2. edited /etc/exports of the server as:
> /home 192.168.1.10(rw,async)
> 3. Earlier I have assigned static ip addresses for the eth card through
> sytem>administration>networking as
> 192.168.1.20 for server
> 192.168.1.10 for client
> 4. I have added these ipaddresses along with host & domain names
> in /etc/hosts.
> 192.168.1.10 primary primary.grajesh.in
> 192.168.1.20 secondary secondary.grajesh.in
>
> But, while booting (or when trying to mount nfs later), I get a message
> as:
> "mount: can't get address for //192.168.1.20"
> Where do I go wrong? Please help. Thanks in advance.
> Regards,
> Rajesh


Tim


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Re: name resolving error

chrisccoulson
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> //192.168.1.20:/home /net nfs rw 0 0

I dont use nfs much but afaik you dont need the double slashes. So what
happens if you remove the double slashes?

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Re: name resolving error

Marvin J. Kosmal
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On Fri, 2005-12-16 at 08:49 +0530, G Rajesh wrote:

> Hello,
> I have two systems running on Ubuntu 5.10 - one P4 and another amd64. I
> decided to connect them.
>
> 1. I edited /etc/fstab by adding:
> //192.168.1.20:/home /net nfs rw 0 0 in the client system and
> 2. edited /etc/exports of the server as:
> /home 192.168.1.10(rw,async)
> 3. Earlier I have assigned static ip addresses for the eth card through
> sytem>administration>networking as
> 192.168.1.20 for server
> 192.168.1.10 for client
> 4. I have added these ipaddresses along with host & domain names
> in /etc/hosts.
> 192.168.1.10 primary primary.grajesh.in
> 192.168.1.20 secondary secondary.grajesh.in
>
> But, while booting (or when trying to mount nfs later), I get a message
> as:
> "mount: can't get address for //192.168.1.20"
> Where do I go wrong? Please help. Thanks in advance.
> Regards,
> Rajesh
>


How are they connected...

Direct

Hub

Switch..

Wireless..

Magic..



Can you ping from one to the other????

Details Please


Vram


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Re: name resolving error

Bugzilla from ganesanrajesh@gmail.com
Thank you all.
After removing double slash "//" things work. vram, I use network switch.
Regards,
Rajesh

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