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Mounting NFS filesystems and directories in Linux over network

In this tutorial we will learn how to use a NFS mounted filesystem or rather learn how to mount a NFS filesystem and use it on a client computer. More here

Let’s say you would like to share a directory on your Linux system so that other computers (running Linux) can access the data as if it were a local directory. In order to do that first we need to declare a directory on your Linux machine (NFS server) to be capable of NFS mounting. Then from any client computer on your local network we can mount the directory from your NFS server on the client’s local filesystem so that it appears as if it were a local directory.

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