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Has anyone out there managed to get Mac OS X (specifically Tiger) to work as either an NFS Server (other machines can connect to and see shared folders on the Mac) or an NFS Client (the Mac can connect to and see shared folders on the other computer which is acting as an NFS Server), interacting with a SuSE Linux 9.3 (or really, any other Linux box)?

I have been working on this, including using the NFS Manager application, with no luck. The logs on the Linux box tend to suggest that the Mac isn't formating its requests properly, but it may be just that I haven't set it up properly.

If anyone has managed to get this working, could you post the "recipe" you used to get it going? Thanks!

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