I have a linux machine, networking component (TCP/IP) is installed and working o.k. I wish to install NFS (network file system) on the machine. Is this an add on module, or some IFS (Installable file system)? Where can i get this add on module, or IFS component?
Linux does not contain something for NFS but you can install SAMBA. Once Samba installed, your LINUX box will act as a nt server for the file sharing and printer.
It's possible to have a compiled version
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