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LinuxHelp.net: Setting up NFS

Feb 28, 2000, 22:36 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by x2xtreme)

[ Thanks to Joey for this link. ]

"NFS stands for Network File System, and it is used to share an entire filesystem via a network. First in order to setup NFS, you will need to have your network already up and running. See ToXic_MYsT's Network_Basics-HOWTO for information on that. You will also need to know how to recompile your kernel. For that see lyte's Kernel Compile/Upgrade Guide. You also might want to take a peek at the NFS-HOWTO and finally, you will need to have root access to the box you are setting up nfs on."

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