OS X connect to NFS share with a space in directory name

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I have been searching everywhere and can not seem to find any solution for my Mac OS 10.3 system in connecting to a Linux NFS share that the directory have a space in the name such as "Download Files". Exporting the Directory in Linux works fine and I can connect to it using Linux client, but my Mac refuses to connect to the NFS share.

If anyone have a way to do this without the need to buy the NFS Manager software, please let me know. Thanks
 
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Try putting a backslash (\) before the space and see if that resolves it.
 
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