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Old 07-30-2001
Need help to access/mount so to access folder/files on a Remote System using Linux OS

Hi

I need to access files from a specific folder of a Linux system from an another Linux System Remotely.

I know how to, Export a folder on One SCO System & can access the same by using Import via., NFS in the Sco Unix SVR4 System using the scoadmin utility.

Also, I know to use mount -t "source system Ipaddress:/folder to be accessed" "local systems mount point folder where access required" on True64 Unix.

But I want to know how to do the same on Linux OS.

i.e. how to access /usr/user1 of 12.12.12.12 system from 13.13.13.13 system so that I can use them directly from 13.13.13.13.

Probably I know some think like NFS & RFS Services., but not sure.

Please do let me know if u have any IDEAS.

Advance Thankx.

Vishwa.
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Old 07-30-2001
Java

Hi Vishwa,

You could use NFS in linux to share the directory.

in RH linux you put directories you want to export in the /etc/exports file.

To mount the directory you put the relevant entry in /etc/fstab on the client machine and issue the mount command.


The link below goes into more detail about NFS for linux:

http://www.linuxdoc.org/HOWTO/NFS-HOWTO/


Hope this helps.


Andy H Smilie
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Old 07-30-2001
Thanks Andy Hibbins

Hello Andy Hibbins


Ya, In the mean while I was trying my effort & finally I got it.
Ya, ur answer was write & gave me a clue tooo...I'm greately thank full for ur kind Info.. Fianlly Thanks a Ton.



With Warm Regards

Vishwa.
 

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