Paolo wrote:Fact is that (by using shlight) you don't need an NFS daemon on the PC, since shlight uses the 'native'(ha ha) smb windoze export
simonsunnyboy wrote:I guess I have to extract the mount binary from the RPM (no big deal) but where can i find nfs.xif? i have no complete RPM based unixoid setup, just the bare Freemint + XaAES setup.
krupkaj wrote:Before you can mount nfs share you have to start rpc service (portmapper).
wongck wrote:krupkaj wrote:Before you can mount nfs share you have to start rpc service (portmapper).
From what I read, this is only needed for the server part of NFS.
DarkLord wrote:W H A T ? ? ?
Latz wrote:What about a dual-boot system (Win+Ubuntu)?
wongck wrote:Mint executable are just .TTP files with the TTP extension removed.
So it should not make any differences.
I guess being a non-Sparemint installation, it may be missing some configurations files.
I may try this when i have sometime.... but problem is I do not have a Linux machine at home.
DarkLord wrote:wongck wrote:I may try this when i have sometime.... but problem is I do not have a Linux machine at home.
W H A T ? ? ?
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/<shared folder> <Falcon IP>(rw,sync,no_subtree_check,all_squash,anonuid=1000,anongid=1000)