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Re: [Xen-users] Installing NFS server on unprivileged domain

I succesfully install NFS in unprivileged Debian domain :

-enable NFS server in the XenU kernel
-apt-get install nfs-kernel-server nfs-common portmap


John A. Sullivan III wrote:
I have been delighted with my experiences with Xen thus far but have
stumbled on a bit of a problem.  We have a virtual machine we would like
to use for Linux Terminal Services.  This requires NFS server.  I have
not been able to make this work using Xen 2.0.5 and the 2.6.10 kernels.
In order to create custom kernels, I installed from source.

What am I doing wrong? How does one install an NFS server on an
unprivileged domain? Thanks - John

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