NFS the Linux to Linux File Sharing

March 3, 2009

Well as you know my converted puppy linux terminal is going good.  I was able to mount several samba shares at home but it does not do well samba at work because there about 10,000 sambas out there.  I tried to connect to my slack ware samba and it had a bunch of utf errors from the console.  So rather than work it out and upgrade the slaxware 12 or puppy linux I thought well I wonder if NFS is on puppy linux and we would see..

Ok so
Is saying puppy users a command set of busy box which is not the full linux command tree.  And NFS is not standard.  To over come this they recommend a command called mount-FULL

but it seems in this post that many people got the problem mounting NFS so I will just see how it goes.

But what is NFS and how does it work?

NFS, Network File System, is a file sharing protocol in a UNIX network. It is the de facto UNIX standard. It is strongly associated with UNIX systems, though it can be used on any platform such as Macintosh and Microsoft Windows operating systems.


One Response to “NFS the Linux to Linux File Sharing”

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