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I modified some network settings on a machine, and it stopped working. Ubuntu Server 10.10 64-bit with nfs-common 1.2.2 installed. It worked fine for a while.
# non-nfs stuff removed 192.168.0.1:/users /home nfs4 _netdev,auto 0 0
#!/bin/bash # Have to ping the NFS server to know when the network is actually configured # This is the only way to use /etc/fstab although you may be better off using Autofs Automounter instead # It's just a limitation of NFS and Linux booting. If your network was Wifi you'd have this problem even worse # It may take a few seconds after boot (you get a login prompt on your local console) before this gets to mount too while [ ping 192.168.0.1 -c 2 2>/dev/null >/dev/null ] do sleep 1 done mount -a -O _netdev