I am setting up a new NFS client on a LAN that has a working NFS server (Ubuntu 12.04) running nfs4. The other clients all work as expected.
On this new client I'm running ChrUbuntu with kernel 3.4.0 (Kubuntu 12.04) on an Acer Chromebook. I installed nfs-common. However, the mount command returns the error
mount.nfs4 no such device. And
# modprobe nfs returns
Fatal: module nfs not found. Google didn't offer me any solutions.
The mount command is like:
sudo mount -t nfs4 -o _netdev,noatime,auto,rw myserver:/home/user/shared /home/user/mountpoint
The modprobe command is:
sudo modprobe nfs
And nfs-common is the latest version from this release's repo: 1:1.2.5-3ubuntu3.1