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[opensuse-support][TW] mount.nfs: error: no such device
20180613, but was happening prior to today's upgrade from 20180410. Same PC has
had two TW installations for more than two years. This happens only one one of
them. Host 'lanserver' is running 42.3. This NFS mounting that works on one but
not the other is "normally" occurring by running an alias from ~/.bashrc that is
much too old to remember, and also refers to several fstab entries.

# showmount -e lanserver
/public 192.168.0.0/255.255.255.0
# mount -t nfs lanserver:/public /mnt/ls/public
mount.nfs: No such device
# mount -t nfs 192.168.#.#:/public /mnt/ls/public
mount.nfs: No such device

No messages regarding nfs show up in journalctl or dmesg. What device? How do I
figure out why I'm getting this message instead of a successful NFS mount?
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