Hello,

As I typed below I got NFS sorted out on my server, and successfully
exported two volumes on it. I can mount them from my SUSE box just fine
(after finally figuring out the host file / domain name issues), but when I
go to my mount point to view the files, I get a permission denied error.

I'm logged in as root on the linux box. My exports file looks like this:
/web -root
/web2 -root

Supposedly wide open, yes? I am using mount points of /mnt/w and /mnt/w2 on
the SUSE box, and did the chmod 777 thing when I created them. I can do
anything I want in there when the exports aren't mounted, but get
permission denied when they are mounted.

Also...

We do not use DNS internally at all. To get the mounts to work I had to add
the IP and hostname of my SUSE box in the \etc\hosts file. Is there any way
to allow global access in 6.5 SP3, like I read about in TIDs covering
previous versions? From what I can see there is no more nfshosts file I can
put an asterisk in any more.

THANKS!

Justin