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Re: Starting with Cygwin NFS Server
"Robb, Sam" wrote in message 3D848382FB72E249812901444C6BDB1D022F54FF@exchange.timesys.com">news:3D848382FB72E249812901444C6BDB1D022F54FF@exchange.timesys.com...
> The doc you mentioned above is the README for the original
> nfs-server package. There is a cygwin-specific README for
> the nfs-server package as well, under:
Perhaps the foloowing question is off-topic.
NFS Client runs on UNIX.
Cygwin NFS Server runs on Windows.
How to specify the device (Windows-directory/folder) to be mounted on
mount point (UNIX-directory)?
The problem is how to set the pathname of the exported file system on
Windows NFS Server.
For UNIX NFS Server the pathname might be set as it follows
<IP address of UNIX machine>:/dir1/dir2
For instance, Windows machine contains folder C:\folder1\folder2 that
is to be exported.
How to set the pathname? What to do with "C:"?
<IP address of UNIX machine>:C:\folder1\folder2
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