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    manually mount NFS file system.

    hi

    can anybody help me out to manually mount NFS file system.

    I mounted the NFS file system in /etc/fstab for perminently, but I wanted to mount the NFS file system which can unmount automatically when sytem rebooted.

    appriciated your help..

    thanks

    smith

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    mount NFS file system

    hi smith

    its quite simple , you just use this step....

    mount -t nfs 192.168.x.xx:/data/files /mnt/nfs

    have a fun.

    venkat

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