NFS setup issue

NFS setup issue

Hello,

I am setting up a Xeon Phi card. Everything works just fine, but for some reason I can't have the nfs to be setup correctly. I am stuck at some point in the README tutorial (this one: http://registrationcenter.intel.com/irc_nas/3407/readme-en.txt). In section 7.6, the tutorial gives the following rules:

b) Set up micuser
   user_prompt> sudo useradd -U -m -u 400 micuser
   user_prompt> sudo groupmod -g 400 micuser

These lines give me the following errors:

sudo useradd -U -m -u 400 micuser
useradd: Invalid numeric argument `-m' for `-U'.

I am using SUSE 11 SP2. I could manage to create a micuser using my own useradd command but I am not sure what these options are meaning. Can someone help me?

Thank you for your time,

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Ok I just figured out what was wrong. The problem is SUSE which  does not feature a built-in-bash useradd command, therefore using other the appropriate command parameters.

Ok I just figured out what was wrong. The problem is SUSE which  does not feature a built-in-bash useradd command, therefore using other the appropriate command parameters.

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