This is comment for bug
I wanted to reopen it, but I had no rights to do that.
The same is on Fedora Core 2.
I suppose that such basic things should work with any distro with
Please don't make your distribution working only with RH kernels. It
makes life hard if a user needs to use vanilla kernel (I need to,
because I have problems with XFS/NFS working on RH kernel - with
vanilla works fine).
I had to use strace to find what is going on. What is the debug option
in rpc.mountd for then? It shows nothing.
It could produce some info at least
The main problem is I generally don't work on vanilla kernels so
it a bit difficult to maintain a script I do not use....
With that said, I trully thinking adding those fstab entries
will make our kernels work since that what I tell the people
here to do when they work with non-rh kernels... and it seems