2. Place the following in you /etc/exports
/path/to/share/ ip.of.nfs.client(rw,sync,insecure)For example:
/home/user/ 192.168.1.15(rw,sync,insecure)Note the "insecure".
3. Restart your NFS services on the Linux machine
4. On Mac OS X type Command-K in Finder.
5. Type in nfs://ip.of.nfs.server/path/to/share/. For example:
nfs://192.168.1.15/home/user/6. Click connect.
You should get a Finder window into the NFS share.
Things to consider if the connection fails:
Is your server running a firewall? If so, have you allowed NFS? If your server is running a firewall and does not need to (e.g. it and the client are in a trusted network), you may want to turn it off.
Do you have the correct IP address in /etc/exports on the Linux server? This is the IP address of the Mac OS X machine. Note that you can use the hostname as well if you have DNS set up or are using hosts files.