Re: Sharing files between MacOS X and Linux
From: Tron Thomas (tron.thomas_at_verizon.net)
Date: 28 Jul 2003 10:43:58 -0700
Actually I had already looked at this documentation prior to posting
to this newsgroup.
I had followed the steps mentioned in that how-to, and I still can't
get NFS working correctly. One of the problems is that I only have
one Linux machine to test against.
Is it possible to mount a directory as an NFS share point on the same
I tried doing this and I got a message saying permission denied. I
don't know why. I have specified my Linux box as a valid client in
the hosts.allow file
I also can't get the Macintosh to connect to the Linux box. From the
Finder I user Comamnd-K to access the Connect To Server dialog. Then
I typed in nfs://<Linux IP address>/<shared directory>. It just sits
there and spins its wheels endlessly, until I cancel the operation.
I also have not had much luck finding information about how to set up
the Macintosh as an NFS server.
Does anyone know where I can find documentation on that?
Keith Keller <email@example.com> wrote in message news:<firstname.lastname@example.org>...
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> > Where can I find documentation and other other information that will
> > help me to set up the file sharing between the two system?
> http://www.tldp.org and look for the NFS HOWTO.
> - --keith
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