How to revert SUDO command?

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    From them instructions looks like all you need to do is remove the exports (sudo rm /etc/exports) it said to put into the /etc/ directory then sudo nfsd restart to have it re-read its configuration files if any are left other than the default.
     
  3. FinnPhone thread starter macrumors member

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    Thanks, this seem to do the trick.
     
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    Your welcome should have all you did was make a configuration file to give it a share so once removed and the daemon is restarted without it there should be no share found.
     
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    I guess I should read some OSX/*NIX book to understand how these commands work.

    Sidenote about WD TV Live Gen3, it now has a Mac share and it seems to work but yesterday while watching movie 20 minutes before movie end the connection between WD and Mac was unexpectedly disconnected. So it still doesn't work :( I now on watch movies "old" fashion way, put movies on USB stick and carry it to my living room :mad:
     
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    You already have one using man sudo for example in Terminal will give you its manual. Searching online will do just as well there are guides all over the place it is also the best place to get example commands to work with, the man pages are sometimes rather poor in that regard.

    Well if you have a share why not copy the file to the computer to view from there?
     
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    Eh? I have my computer placed on my home office. TV, router and LiveTV are placed on living room, connection between router and Mac is made by WLAN and WD is connected with cable to router. Movies are in shared folder and it's visible in LiveTV, or do you mean I should watch my movies via computer at my home office?
     
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    Either that or copy them to the WD or figure out why your wifi is dropping your connection. An idea to confirm it is the wifi dropping is to connect your computer directly to the router with cable if no drops then you know your wifi is the problem. My nephew had one of them WD live he was not impressed with it however the Roku stick I got him for Christmas he says works just fine for the purpose.
     
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    Cable connection test could be a good idea althought I don't yet have thunderbolt to Ethernet adapter. If I should make a bet I would claim that WiFi dropping is caused by my 2013 late 15" rMBP and it's well known WiFi problem. This same setup worked fine with previously with Windows 8 laptop.
     

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