Offering Network File System Service

The Network File System (NFS) is the de facto standard for file system sharing among Linux and Unix computers. Although other Unix standards for file system sharing offer more security-oriented features or provide better network performance, NFS remains the most widely supported file system sharing service in the Unix world.

The NFS Server Configuration tool is not installed by default in Fedora Core 4 unless you chose the Server installation option when you were installing Fedora Core 4 on your computer. Activating your NFS therefore involves the following steps:

Install the NFS Server Configuration tool.
Configure the list of filesystems that you want to share via NFS using the configuration tool. ...

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