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Re: [K12OSN] Accessing an NFS Windows partition



Are you talking about using Services For Unix on the XP machine to export a drive/folder via NFS? Assuming you've done all that, on the Linux box you just run 'mount host:name-of-export /mountpoint' where mountpoint is the empty directory where you want to access the files.

A little more detail in your question as to what you're trying to do would be helpful. NFS isn't really a file system type, so much as a method for sharing a file system with other computers. As such, there is no such thing as a 'NFS drive partition', on XP or otherwise.

Petre

jconlon1 elp rr com wrote:
How does one go about accessing the materials in a Windows XP NFS drive
partition?

Thanks
Pat

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