|Nov 3, 2012, 04:03 AM||#1|
How to mount NFS?
I have setup my router at home with 3 nfs shares of my hard drives
i can mount it flawlessly with my streamer, but with mac its not working
i tried in finder to connect to nfs://server:/path but it fails.
I only managed to do so with NFS Manager, but it seems like a poor solution, isnt it?
its a paid app, thats for first..and i think its something should be emedded in the OS and work like P&P, with no 3rd party apps
Do any of you have some decent solution?
|Nov 3, 2012, 12:02 PM||#4|
As I've tried that syntax too but it didn't work.
And I don't have any permissions issues as another device of mine is working well with the nfs shares
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