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10.6: Add NFS Mounts using Disk Utility
Authored by: patashnik on Sep 02, '09 08:20:11AM

The method I use is Command-K in Finder (Connect to Server) and enter the NFS-url there (possibly followed by the + button next to the URL field to add it as a favorite). Mountpoints appear in /Volumes/ (and cannot be specified by the user, so the Disk Utility method gives more finegrained control).



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10.6: Add NFS Mounts using Disk Utility
Authored by: thecoleorton on Sep 02, '09 06:57:48PM

any tips on how to connect to a share like so:

\\sub.domain.com\e$\path\to\files

the drive letter's throwing me for a loop.

thanks!



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10.6: Add NFS Mounts using Disk Utility
Authored by: ljharb on Sep 02, '09 10:06:58PM

That looks like a Windows SMB share - this hint is about NFS.

For that one, try hitting command-K in the Finder and smb://username:password@server/path/to/share

Automatic drive letter shares (like c$) should work in this way as well.



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