First, export a filesystem on your Linux box (add it to the exports file, and exportfs). Make sure the kernel-nfs server service is started.
# /etc/init.d/nfs-kernel-server startEdit your exports file:
# ed /etc/exportsExport the filesystem:
# showmount -e
Export list for loonix:
On your Solaris 10 box, run:
# showmount -e loonixIt should give you results consistent with the results you got on your Linux machine.
export list for loonix:
Trying to mount the share as NFSv4 will fail (Linux NFSv4 isn't compatible with Solaris NFSv4).
# mount loonix:/home/cmihai /storageSo we're going to mount the share as NFSv3:
nfs mount: mount: /storage: Not owner
# mount -o vers=3 loonix:/home/cmihai /storage
/storage on loonix:/home/cmihai remote/read/write/setuid/devices/vers=3/xattr/dev=4840010 on Tue Mar 18 14:59:06 2008