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How to access to a Windows NFS share from Linux

Hi Guys,

I would like to know how to access to a to

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In Fac, the Share is on my Windows drive D.

I would like to access from putty.

Can somebody show me the righ path that I have to set up in putty?

The Best Guy

|MSc in IT, University of Evry

|MCSE(Microsoft), CCA(Citrix)

|Paris-France

|The Best Guy |MSc in IT, University of Evry |MCSE(Microsoft), CCA(Citrix) |Paris-France
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amittul
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R u talking about Linux or VMware ?

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AndreTheGiant
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Windows by default do not implement NFS.

You need a CIFS client, for linux is smbmount:

mount //WindowsBox/share /mountpoint -o username=User,password=Password,workgroup=Domain

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AllBlack
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If you want access your 😧 drive on a windows box via NFS you will need to install Microsoft Services for NFS

You access it from Linux the same way as you access a NFS share on a Linux box

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