Re: [Redhat-s390-list] latest build

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    Just so you know you're not alone, I'm having the same problem. I think it
has something to do with portmapper importing the NFS directory from my SuSE pc
but I really do not have the expertise here. On previously attempts, I have seen
my Redhat go to 99 percent cpu but on the last go around after I set up
etc/exports on the pc correctly?, Redhat was better behaved.  Unfortunately, I
have a lot if interest developing in Linux and was hoping I could get a
'current' distribution working, but may now wait for SuSe.

Todd Blevins wrote:

> I'm trying to use a CTC connection to an existing linux machine, and the new
> machine seems to hang right after portmapper starts up (i can see the ctc0
> get configured and can ping, but i can't telnet in). Is there anyway to get
> a command line prompt on the 3270 screen to see whats going on?
> --
> Todd Blevins
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