Hey, I am new to Mac but have experience with Linux. I use a NAS for a long time now and access it via NFS shares in linux. I now try to get this working on my macbook pro on mountain lion. I already managed to mount the nfs share in the terminal using the following command: Code: sudo mount -t nfs -o rw,hard,intr,rsize=32768,wsize=32768,resvport 192.168.178.4:/mnt/md1/data /Users/stefan/NAS/Data/ I even changed the uid of my account on the mac to fit the nfs share access rights. This now works fine in terminal. I can read and write files. No problems at all. But when I want to use Finder to navigate through the NFS share it only works a few levels deep, then trying to open another directory it just displays it as empty. The contents flicker up for a second when accessing for the first time. Then they disappear. Still everything is working fine on terminal. Anyone with a similar experience? Suggestions? As said I am new to mac but I know about unix and terminal stuff.