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Hi, I am currently running ubuntu on a qemu-kvm virtual machine, and the host is fedora. I would like to mount a folder of the host machine on my VM, ...
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    NFS on virtual machine


    Hi,
    I am currently running ubuntu on a qemu-kvm virtual machine, and the host is fedora.
    I would like to mount a folder of the host machine on my VM, but never succeeded.
    The result of the command "mount 192.168.1.10:/nfs /nfs" is :
    mount.nfs: access denied by server while mounting 192.168.1.10:/nfs

    And the showmount -e command on the host gives :
    Export list for cudak:
    /nfs 10.0.2.15

    Does someone have an idea to solve my pb ?
    Thanks !

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    Why're you using an emulator in the first place? Is the Ubuntu or Fedora machine ARM?

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    I use a program which is set to work only in a virtual machine.
    I solved my pb, it was due to redirection port, since VM and host have the same ip-address.
    Launching the VM with qemu-kvm, you have to use the option -redir and redirect both ports 2049 and 111

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    qemu is an emulator nor a virtulizer, thus only useful if your arch is radically different from your guest OS. Thus I recommend VirtualBox if that's not so.

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