Centos Rescue and NFS Share

Hi there,
I need to use centos rescue on cd.
After IP configuration, I would like to remote nfs share
Please How to remote nfs share ?
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nociSoftware EngineerCommented:
if IP works including DNS then:

mount -t nfs //nfs-server/nfs-share /mnt  -o <options needed, like username etc.>

should do it.
Now the options needed depend on your environment. If authentication is needed username & password may be needed, or the right IP address ... It heavily depends on your environment what is available.
you may need to start nfs services.... ( /etc/init.d/*nfs* ), or though systemd.
AxelSIAuthor Commented:
hi there,
it is necessary to force nfs in the mount command with -o
nociSoftware EngineerCommented:
you force nfs with -t   options to the mount command are with -o

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AxelSIAuthor Commented:
thank :)
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