I am a web developer and I'm trying to establish a workflow between OSX Lion ( Design + Development ), Parallels + Ubuntu preproduction server.
I am trying to create a connection to share files ( images, js, css, etc... ) in a fast way, but I cannot achieve to create a NFS connection.
NOTE: You can share folders in Parallels, but due to later problems with GIT and SVN ( doesn't follow symlinks ) I need to find an alternative.
OK, that said:
I have to machines:
VM Ubuntu Server: 10.211.55.5 Client: 192.168.1.3
Ubuntu server conf:
(Not really sure how masks are working)
/etc/export /path/to/folder 192.168.1.3(rw,sync,no_root_squash)
sudo exportfs -ra sudo /etc/init.d/portmap restart sudo /etc/init.d/nfs-kernel-server restart sudo /etc/init.d/nfs-common <- This is command not found althought I installed it using aptitude
Finally this is what I execute on Lion: sudo mount -t nfs -o resvport,vers=4 10.211.55.5:/nfs /home with the answer "mount_nfs: can't mount /nfs from 10.211.55.5 onto /home: Permission denied"
I also tried via Finder ( Command-K - Network Connection ) and via Disk Utility ( NFS Connection, this last one says the connection is ok, but the only thing it does is to hide the local folder until the connection is removed again... )
I tried commands like:
showmount -e 10.211.55.5
showmount: Cannot retrieve info from host: 10.211.55.5: RPC: Program not registered
rpcinfo -p 10.211.55.5
No remote programs registered.
I thing I pretty much gave you all the information I got.