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Old 03-14-2012, 06:40 PM
Dom
 
Default NFS portmap - is it really needed and if so where is it?

On 14/03/12 18:41, Sian Mountbatten wrote:

Hello All

I is trying to set up NFS for my LAN. The NFS-HOWTO says that portmap,
usually resident in /sbin or /usr/sbin, is essential as it has to be
started first. Well, I don't have it and it does not appear in the
Contents-i386.gz for sid on ftp.uk.debian.org.

So has it been superseded? What do I need to get my NFS server working?

Any help much appreciated.


Package: rpcbind
Version: 0.2.0-7
Architecture: i386
Maintainer: Anibal Monsalve Salazar <anibal@debian.org>
Installed-Size: 145
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.3.6-6~), libtirpc1, libwrap0 (>= 7.6-4~), lsb-base
(>= 3.2-14), insserv (>= 1.14.0-2.1) | file-rc, initscripts (>=
2.88dsf-13.3)

Conflicts: portmap
Provides: portmap
Section: net
Priority: standard
Homepage: http://sourceforge.net/projects/rpcbind/
Filename: pool/main/r/rpcbind/rpcbind_0.2.0-7_i386.deb
Size: 43416
MD5sum: 568abefe9d08bbbb94efb841eefc12b4
Description: converts RPC program numbers into universal addresses
The rpcbind utility is a server that converts RPC program numbers
into universal addresses.

Not quite sure why this isn't a depends or suggests of the nfs server
package. Perhaps someone can enlighten me?


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Old 03-15-2012, 05:07 AM
Bob Proulx
 
Default NFS portmap - is it really needed and if so where is it?

Dom wrote:
> Not quite sure why this isn't a depends or suggests of the nfs server
> package. Perhaps someone can enlighten me?

But it does.

$ apt-cache show nfs-kernel-server | grep --color nfs-common
Depends: libblkid1 (>= 2.16), libc6 (>= 2.3), libnfsidmap2, libtirpc1, libwrap0 (>= 7.6-4~), nfs-common (= 1:1.2.5-4), ucf, lsb-base (>= 1.3-9ubuntu3)

and then

$ apt-cache show nfs-common | grep --color rpcbind
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.3), libcap2 (>= 2.10), libcomerr2 (>= 1.01), libdevmapper1.02.1 (>= 2:1.02.20), libevent-2.0-5 (>= 2.0.16-stable), libgssapi-krb5-2 (>= 1.6.dfsg.2), libgssglue1, libk5crypto3 (>= 1.6.dfsg.2), libkeyutils1, libkrb5-3 (>= 1.6.dfsg.2), libmount1 (>= 2.19.1), libnfsidmap2, libtirpc1, libwrap0 (>= 7.6-4~), rpcbind, adduser, ucf, lsb-base (>= 1.3-9ubuntu3), initscripts (>= 2.88dsf-13.3)

In recent versions it has changed dependencies from portmap to
rpcbind. Not sure why or what is different between those programs but
in theory they are equivalent and provide the same functionality.

Bob
 
Old 03-15-2012, 07:51 AM
Tom H
 
Default NFS portmap - is it really needed and if so where is it?

On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 2:41 PM, Sian Mountbatten
<poenikatu@fastmail.co.uk> wrote:
>
> I is trying to set up NFS for my LAN. The NFS-HOWTO says that portmap,
> usually resident in /sbin or /usr/sbin, is essential as it has to be
> started first. Well, I don't have it and it does not appear in the
> Contents-i386.gz for sid on ftp.uk.debian.org.
>
> So has it been superseded? What do I need to get my NFS server working?

rpcbind has superseded portmap because it adds ipv6 support by using a
new rpc library rather than glibc's ipv4-only rpc support.


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Old 03-15-2012, 12:37 PM
Dom
 
Default NFS portmap - is it really needed and if so where is it?

On 15/03/12 06:07, Bob Proulx wrote:

Dom wrote:

Not quite sure why this isn't a depends or suggests of the nfs server
package. Perhaps someone can enlighten me?


But it does.

$ apt-cache show nfs-kernel-server | grep --color nfs-common
Depends: libblkid1 (>= 2.16), libc6 (>= 2.3), libnfsidmap2, libtirpc1, libwrap0 (>= 7.6-4~), nfs-common (= 1:1.2.5-4), ucf, lsb-base (>= 1.3-9ubuntu3)

and then

$ apt-cache show nfs-common | grep --color rpcbind
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.3), libcap2 (>= 2.10), libcomerr2 (>= 1.01), libdevmapper1.02.1 (>= 2:1.02.20), libevent-2.0-5 (>= 2.0.16-stable), libgssapi-krb5-2 (>= 1.6.dfsg.2), libgssglue1, libk5crypto3 (>= 1.6.dfsg.2), libkeyutils1, libkrb5-3 (>= 1.6.dfsg.2), libmount1 (>= 2.19.1), libnfsidmap2, libtirpc1, libwrap0 (>= 7.6-4~), rpcbind, adduser, ucf, lsb-base (>= 1.3-9ubuntu3), initscripts (>= 2.88dsf-13.3)



Ah, thank you. Of course. I didn't bother to check that far.


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