Cheatsheet for NFS in Mint 15+. Server side
sudo bash apt-get install nfs-kernel-server nfs-common portmap Edit /etc/exports so it exposes the desired shares: /dir/to/share/ x.x.x.x(ro,sync,subtree_check) - x.x.x.x is the client ip to allow access. Do * for all - do NOT do a space between the ip and the first paranthesis as this may be all too. - ro=read-only, may be rw for read-write - sync=do not crash when failing - subtree_check=when not sharing whole disk, no_subtree_check=when sharing whole disk (may speed up with no_subtree_check) Start the service: service nfs-kernel-server restart Everytime editing the /etc/exports, do exportfs -a to refresh. Client side
sudo bash apt-get install portmap nfs-common Make a mount point, for example: mkdir -p /mnt/share/ Connect: mount server:/dir/to/share/ /mnt/share/ More
This is a personal note. Last updated: 2014-01-03 23:41:15.