> This is not allowed, and makes no sense.
It apparently is (or was, anyway) allowed, because it worked until the
server was rebooted. Fluke?
Are you saying that, if I export "/export", I can mount "/export/home" from
a client machine? That's nice.
> Simply remove the second line and your problems should go away.
Thanks. I actually switched to two explicit exports; /export/files and
/export/home, which works.
> > On a related topic, will Linux ever have a better file-service protocol?
> This is an unanswerable question. The future of Linux is completely
> undefined until it happens.
Just wondering if there's been any talk, plans, etc. of an alternative for
> What exactly do you mean by "better" anyway?
Better security, better performance.
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