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10.6: Add NFS Mounts using Disk Utility
Authored by: timcrawf on Sep 11, '09 09:26:48AM

If anyone can help I would appreciate it. I have an NFS sharepoint being shared by a Tiger server. When i use the method in the hint, or the mount command, I end up with a folder that I cannot access even using sudo. I cannot even run ls -le on it to see the problem. Sandbox shows no ACLs.
Any idea what I am doing wrong?
My url is like this nfs://192.168.2.7/full
and the location is /Volumes/full
It is the /Volumes/full that ends up unreadable



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