here are a couple of easily missed checks.
do you have another machine to test this mount point? even mounting
the directory on the same machine could help with any config errors
you may have on the nfs server.
also, your default permissions in /root or on files in root may
prevent access to its contents. make sure it's world readable. it
seems nfs client permissions are based on user=>nobody.
> Can somebody please help me with the MOUNT command.
> I am trying to mount NFS, and the MOUNT quits with no
> error message, and no result whatsoever. I can enter
> non-existent IP address or directory to mount- there
> still will be no errors reported.
> The MOUNT syntax I am using is straight from the
> /bin/mount -t nfs 192.168.100.40:/root/testing
> Anybody knows what's going on?
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