r8950 - in trunk/BOOK: . book general/sysutils introduction/important introduction/welcome networking/netprogs postlfs/config postlfs/security

Bruce Dubbs bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Wed Nov 9 15:14:08 PST 2011

Tobias Gasser wrote:
> bd
>> Remove portmap and nfs-utils at least until upstream gets their act together.
>> Stable NIS and NFS headers and functions not currently available from any
>> source.
> i replaced portmap with rpcbind and all the patchlevel#6 from debian
> packages.debian.org/sid/rpcbind
> after patching just cmi...

OK, I'll take a look.

> init.d is as easy as the old portmap (i still use the old lfs-booscripts
> as i have plenty of additional scripts - i guess i'll be happy with the
> old system until i replace sysv-init with upstart or more likely systemd):
>   loadproc /sbin/rpcbind
>   killproc /sbin/rpcbind
> libtirpc is required!
> i build it with the attached sunrpc-no-des.patch
> i've no idea where i found this patch, but without i couldn't build it.
> use "patch -p1" not the usual "patch -Np1"

Thanks.  This is where I ran into trouble.  I can rediff the patch.

> nfs 1.2.5 from sourceforge
> configure
>  --disable-gss
>  --enable-nfsv3
>  --enable-nfsv4
>  --disable-nfsv41
>  --enable-mount
>  --with-tcp-wrappers
> make
> make install
> (i switched to nfs4 recently - my other lfs-systems connect fine, so
> does ubuntu)

Good to know.

> tcp-wrappers as in the book, compiles fine with lfs 7.0

Yes, I know that's OK.

I'll take another look at nfs-utils and libtirpc after I finish samba.
Thanks for the info.

   -- Bruce

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