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RE: [SLE] Mac OSX clients can't talk to my SuSE9 Server
  • From: "Mike Brandonisio" <mbrando@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 5 May 2004 17:24:58 -0500
  • Message-id: <003f01c432ef$cc838380$0a0a0a0a@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Hi,

I have some Mac OS X users that seem to have a vanishing file problem. I was
thinking that it might have something to do with Netatalk. How do you import NFS
on OS X?

Mike Brandonisio
Chief Technology Officer
Mercor Media Inc.
Main 312.628.5870 x229
Alt 630.665.5613
http://www.mercormedia.com
mbrando@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Wednesday, May 05, 2004 4:52 PM
To: Stuart Powell
Cc: suse-linux-e@xxxxxxxx
Subject: RE: [SLE] Mac OSX clients can't talk to my SuSE9 Server

Stuart,

On 05-May-04 Stuart Powell wrote:
> Does that mean OSX has a
> built in NFS client ?
>
OS X is BSD Unix with some Jobs Quarks but BSD Unix still. It is all there.

The changes all have to do with the old NetInfo Database that is often used
instead of where you put normal BSD stuff. It is not hard to work out. Docs
are pretty lacking out of the box but the University of OReilly has tons of
stuff. If you can get your hands on any old NeXTStep docs they are really
helpful. Mac OS X is just a NeXT cube underneath.

In my hands exported NFS linux directories mount under the Finder just fine.

john
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