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(New page: Mounting NFS shares on APTV works "out of the box" First you will want to make a mount point under /mnt eg. sudo mkdir /mnt/remoteshare now mount the share using 'mount' sudo mount -t n...)
 
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Mounting NFS shares on APTV works "out of the box"
 
Mounting NFS shares on APTV works "out of the box"
  
First you will want to make a mount point under /mnt
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First you will want to make a mount point under /mnt  
eg. sudo mkdir /mnt/remoteshare
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for example:
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sudo mkdir /mnt/remoteshare
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now mount the share using 'mount'
 
now mount the share using 'mount'
 
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sudo mount -t nfs -o username=someone,password=somepassword ipaddress:/share /mnt/remoteshare/
 
sudo mount -t nfs -o username=someone,password=somepassword ipaddress:/share /mnt/remoteshare/
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</pre>

Revision as of 14:27, 25 March 2007

Mounting NFS shares on APTV works "out of the box"

First you will want to make a mount point under /mnt for example:

sudo mkdir /mnt/remoteshare

now mount the share using 'mount'

sudo mount -t nfs -o username=someone,password=somepassword ipaddress:/share /mnt/remoteshare/