On Thu, 17 Feb 2000, Rabeeh Khoury wrote:
> I managed to mount NFS for my embedded system over a PC running linux
> RedHat 6.0
> all the files on the filesystem are uid=0 (root) and gid=0 ; when I try
> to create any new file on the embedded system it creates the file with
> gid and uid 65534 ??!!
$ man 5 exports
By default, nfsd tries to obtain the anonymous uid and gid
by looking up user nobody in the password file at startup
time. If it isn't found, a uid and gid of -2 (i.e. 65534)
is used. These values can also be overridden by the
anonuid and anongid options.
Guess you have to edit /etc/exports to change the behaviour.