I installed knfsd-1.4.7-7.i386.rpm, but noticed that
nfs services were not being started when entering run
level 3. I noticed in the /etc/rc.d/rc3.d directory
the link K20nfs was there, instead of S60nfs (as
in RH 6.0). As a result, the nfs services don't
get started since it sees the first link as a signal
to kill nfs, not start it up. I renamed the links
to S60nfs and it works. The same problem occurs in
the rc4.d and rc5.d directories.
System is a 500 MHz Pentium III, with RH 6.1 the first
and only OS installed on this box.
Thanks for checking,
Kevin Tyle <firstname.lastname@example.org>
knfsd is no longer started by default.
To enable it, you can use ntsysv, or something like:
chkconfig --level 345 knfsd on