>I have finally managed to set up an NFS server via colinux-slirp. Using
>pcap-bridge or tuntap is unfortunately not an option.
Can you give me specifics about how you acchieved that?

Thanks,

Chris




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Hi,

I have finally managed to set up an NFS server via colinux-slirp. Using
pcap-bridge or tuntap is unfortunately not an option.
Mounting the NFS share on a remote Linux host and retrieving the directory
listing works fine, but when I try to copy files over to the remote host,
after a few files I keep getting a crash in colinux-slirp-net-daemon.exe
accompanied by the following message:

The instruction at "0x77f83905" referenced memory at "0x20302030". The
memory could not be "written".

This is with devel-colinux-20051013, kernel 2.6.12-co-0.7.1

Any ideas?

Regards,
Bernd


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