NFS, stands for Network File System, is a server-client protocol used for sharing files between linux/unix to unix/linux systems. NFS enables you to mount a remote share locally. You can then directly access any of the files on that remote share.
This article will be short and to the point, so whoever wants to mount a remote nfs share in their local machine they should be able to get it up and running in 5 mins or less. Here we go! Continue Reading