I'm trying to use nfs; the sever's ip is 192.168.0.1;
in the /etc/exports file i put the following line:
so now I though i could mount the share on any computer of the sub-net
mount 192.168.0.1:/movies /mnt
but it doesn't work!
I have to mount it as follows:
mount 192.168.0.1:/home/share/movies /mnt
for it to work.
BTW, does anyone know how to define the name (i think DNS).
say for example "my.lan" the name i would like.
what should i set to make any user in the sub-net to be able to mount
mount my.lan:/home/share/movies /mnt
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