Apr 30 2012

Ubuntu: Let’s mount a ‘NFS Share’.

NFS (Network File System) allows you to access shared directory from Linux preserving Files and Directories Ownerships and Permissions.

The computer sharing the directory is called the ‘NFS Server’ (it can be NAS server, for example) and the computers or devices connecting to that server are called ‘NFS clients’. Clients need to use the mount command to access the shared directory.
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