Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of MacNfs


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10/07/08 15:12:08 (9 years ago)
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joshuadf
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  • MacNfs

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     1== Mounting Linux NFS share on MacOS 10.5 Leopard == 
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     3* Make sure your IP address is in `/etc/exports` of the NFS server 
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     5* Run these commands in Terminal: 
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     7{{{ 
     8sudo mkdir -p /usr/local/data/ # your chosen mount point; could be /Volumes/foobar/ 
     9sudo /sbin/mount_nfs -o resvport,nolock vagal.biostr.washington.edu:/usr/local/data /usr/local/data/ 
     10}}} 
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     12If above works, you may use the GUI to make permanent connection: 
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     14 * "Connect to server" - (keyboard shortcut Apple + K) 
     15 * Type in `nfs://fqdomainname.edu/foo/bar` 
     16 * Your share should appear under `/Volumes/`. 
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     18== Adding group == 
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     20The right way to do this would be to attach to our LDAP server. Until then, you can fudge it to NFS because uid/gid on the client determines permissions on the server. That's one of the little security problems with NFSv3, and why we use firewalls. :) 
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     22If the group number already exists, you can add it via command line like: 
     23{{{ 
     24sudo dscl . append /Groups/GROUPNAME GroupMembership YOUR_SHORT_USERNAME 
     25# for example: 
     26sudo dscl . append /Groups/authedusers GroupMembership joshuadf 
     27}}} 
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     29A GUI option is also described at: 
     30http://www.nabble.com/add-user-to-group-in-Leopard-td14254251.html 
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