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  1. Howard

    Hilary's comment is true and if possible the guide should be re-written. If you do the following you will be ok.

    1. Substitute rpcbind for portmap when you see it in this guide (install it, reconfigure it where told and use the daemon start/stop)
    2. Realize the nfs-common no longer has (or needs) a daemon start/stop
    3. modify the /etc/exports file instead of Nautilus for identifying the server shared folder(s) (google /etc/exports examples NFS configuration, etc)
    4. Realize the starting nfs-kernel-server also runs exportfs

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  2. Hilary

    the issue is that since this article was written this has changed and portmap has apparently been changed with rpc so even if the users follows this exactly it doesnt work.

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