Thank you very much for:
My problem was resolved. I needed to reboot the worstation after changes to
My original question:
>I am having the follow problem:
>I have the slirp program avaliable in the network for users connect from
>yours houses. The workstations export the home directory for the others
>with share command: share -F nfs -o rw=sunii /export/home
>If the users have Linux in yours computers (at home), they can mount the
>exported directories by Sun. I don't want that this occurr. This occurs because
>Solaris exports theirs directories for unprivileged ports.
>Can I block this access? I just tried to include "set nfssrv:nfs_portmon = 1"
>at /etc/system. I stopped /etc/init.d/nfs.server and started it after, but the
>problem occurr yet. Can you help me?
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