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Re: [suse-autoinstall] suse 10.0 nfs install
  • From: Steffen Winterfeldt <snwint@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2006 15:39:20 +0000 (UTC)
  • Message-id: <Pine.LNX.4.63.0602231628100.22528@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Thu, 23 Feb 2006, Roger Oberholtzer wrote:

> > If that does not do, maybe you want NFS via tcp, boot with nfs.tcp=1 for that.
>
> The kernel complains that there is no option called 'nfs.tcp=1', so it
> was ignored.

The option is for linuxrc. It normally uses v2 via udp. The above changes that
to v3 and tcp.

> Very interesting here:
>
> Server: 192.30.105.201 (no ip)
> Looking for a network server...
> Trying to activate eth0
> Setting up localhost...done
> eth0 activated
> Starting portmap
> OK, going to mount 0.0.0.0:/vol1/distro/OpenSUSE10.0/suse10.0:
>
> ...
>
> if eth0 down
>
> which obviously fails. Why 0.0.0.0? Just a few lines back it printed
> 192.30.105.201, which is the server. I do not know what the 'no ip'
> means.

Yes, sorry. The log is wrong with 0.0.0.0 at this point. Actually the
server address is fine.

> I tried to mount by hand, but the device was brought down (last line on
> console 3). There is no ifconfig command, so I was unsure how to bring
> up the device.

'ps' shows you whether dhcpcd is running. If not, just start it.

BTW, in 10.1 some network tools are available for debugging at this point.
You can pick up a beta mini boot-CD from opensuse.org if you want to try it.
(You will need to boot with rootimage=/boot/root if you are using it with a
10.0 setup, but apart from that it will work fine.)


Steffen

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