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I have pen drive and mounted on ufsd(Universal file system ) file system in linux.I want to share that folder through nfs client.I have installed nfs server and put a entry in the /etc/exports file in server machine.I installed nfs client in client linux machine.From client machine i am not able to mount the folder.Could you tell me whether nfs server will support ufsd file system or not ?.

Command in client machine mount -t nfs ip_address:/root/ufsd_pen_drive /root/data

Error is failed, reason given by server: Permission denied

But in the server side the log from /var/log/messages

         authenticated mount request from


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UFS does support exporting on NFS. Perhaps your firewall is blocking it. Turn it off and retry. – itisravi Aug 20 '12 at 6:27
i am not using UFS.i am using Universal file system driver(UFSD).nfs mount is working for ext3 file system in the same machine. – vetrivel vaithilingam Aug 20 '12 at 6:45
Are you referring to ? If yes, then your best bet is to ask the vendor. – itisravi Aug 20 '12 at 7:13
yes.thanks i will touch with paragon – vetrivel vaithilingam Aug 20 '12 at 7:21

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