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PostPosted: Sat Jun 14, 2014 9:55 pm 
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Thanks in advance for any help as I am very new to Unix, and learning as I go.

I am trying to get NFS running on Linkstation Pro Duo (Firmware 1.64). So far I have been able to get root access via ACP Commander and load the portmap and nfs utils from optware, using the info found in the forum.

When issuing command etc/init.d/nfs.sh start, all appears ok, no errors.
I have also created and populated exports file in /etc using "cat command".
However, when issuing command "etc/init.d/nfs.sh status", response is "portmap is running" "mountd is NOT running".

Next I tried to issue usr/local/sbin/mountd. (This is the directory where I found the mountd command).
Response is "error while loading shared libraries:libblkid.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory"

Can anyone assist a Noob with this? I appreciate the help, and please be kind.

Thanks.


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 15, 2014 3:13 pm 
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If this is a current Duo (that is NOT the box name but a marketing name
used for an awful lot of different boxes), you are out of luck with a kernel
based NFS.
Buffalo removed the kernel support with 1.6x at least, maybe even with
the latest 1.5x releases.
You can only use the unfs3 package from optware, which is a userland
NFS server. A bit slower and using more resources than the kernel based
server, but still usable according to others in this forum.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 18, 2014 9:47 pm 
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kenatonline wrote:
If this is a current Duo (that is NOT the box name but a marketing name
used for an awful lot of different boxes), you are out of luck with a kernel
based NFS.
Buffalo removed the kernel support with 1.6x at least, maybe even with
the latest 1.5x releases.
You can only use the unfs3 package from optware, which is a userland
NFS server. A bit slower and using more resources than the kernel based
server, but still usable according to others in this forum.


Thanks for the reply and info. The unit is an LS-WVL/R1 Series, according to NAS Navigator.
I am trying the unfs3 package now, with limited success.


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