Have to image 8 labs by Monday
Looking into this further, try removing rpcbind and just:
apt-get install nfs-common nfs-kernel-server portmap
I get nfs-common: Depends: portmap (> 6.0.0-1ubutnu2.1) E: Broken packages when I try to install all of those things.
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apt-get install apache2 php5 php5-gd php5-cli php5-mysql php5-curl mysql-server mysql-client isc-dhcp-server tftpd-hpa tftp-hpa nfs-kernel-server vsftpd net-tools wget xinetd sysv-rc-conf tar gzip build-essential cpp gcc g++ m4 htmldoc perl libcrypt-passwdmd5-perl lftp openssh-server php-gettext clamav-freshclam rpcbind nfs-common
apt-get remove portmap;
apt-get install nfs-kernel-server nfs-common
Yeah, I remove and then try to install them; I get this:
nfs-kernel -server: Depends: nfs-common (>= 1:1.0.1-1) but it is not going to be installed
I then try to install nfs-common and that conflicts with portmap.
I’m lost. I’ve even tries reinstalling Fog itself with no luck.
try removing rpcbind and nfs-kernel-server
then try to have apt install them
I don’t know what else to work on then.
Interesting…when I run apt-get install rpcbind nfs-kernel-server, I get “rpcbind: Conflicts: portmap E: Broken packages.”
apt-get install rpcbind nfs-kernel-server
apt-get reinstall rpcbind nfs-kernel-server
I don’t remember ubuntu’s method of on boot startup, I think it’s update-rc
[COLOR=#333333][FONT=UbuntuMono]update-rc.d rpcbind nfs-kernel-server[/FONT][/COLOR]
I just did apt-get install nfs-kernel-manager and it installed (again maybe?). It got stuck on this error:
exportfs: /etc/exports : Neither ‘subtree_check’ or ‘no_subtree_check’ specified for export “*:/images”.
I set them to start on boot yet I still cannot start nfs-kernel-server.
make sure both nfs and rpcbind are set to start on boot. Then I’d say try restarting the server, see if that helps you out at all.
Unfortunately, that did not work either. I still get the same error.
Don’t forget to restart the nfs services.
NFS appears to be running.
My /etc/exports look like this:
I just tried to run rpcbind and come to find out, it was not installed.
I just did a quick sudo apt-get install rpcbind. Let’s see if that worked!
I’d check your server and make sure NFS server is running.
Check your /etc/exports file to make sure it’s enabling the NFS Share to the correct shares.
NFS requires RPCBind to operate, so check that rpcbind service is running then make sure nfs server is running and/or can be started.