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timinak

 
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Originally Posted by Dysfunction View Post
Well.... you can do it from the GUI as such..

Mac OS X: Using the Finder to Mount NFS Exports

otherwise it's an nfs mount. Assuming you have NFS enabled on your linux box.

so probably something like...

mount_nfs -o resvport nfsserver:/nfsshare /nfsmount

of course man is always there at the CLI.
And yes I can mount with the GUI. Any caveats?
NOTE: A lot of what will be transported will be files used to test and/or deploy
in a CGI environment. The problem I have had in the past is that ownership by
the browser is lost and I have to do a lot of chown'ing to get functionality
back. cp -p et, al. solves that - as a CLI solution.

Software developer since 1987, web programmer since
1996. Linux user since 2000. 2011 mac mini, 8 Gb RAM.
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