Sharing from Windows 7
Select the WinNFSd-2.0 folder > Right Click + Shift > Open command window here
Create a folder called C:\share
Back to command windows:
Test from GNU/Linux
$ mkdir ~/share $ sudo mount sudo mount server.mydomain.com:/c/share /home/user/share
(Note: no trailing slashes).
Test on WDTV:
display available exports on remote NFS server (the one you just set up)
$ showmount -e <NFS-Server-IP> <shareLocation> <clientIP>(<permissions>)
clientIP can be a list and should include the IP of your wdtv, or the IP block its in.
$ xmount "<NFS-Server-IP>:<shareLocation>" "<shareLabel>" nfs
If you have a Gen 1 WDTV (original WDLXTV) you *must* use nfs.app.bin. NFS capability is built in to WDLXTV-G2 and WDLXTV-Live
- SOLVED Setting up NFS Shares using Windows 7
- haneWIN is a popular paid for option.
- WinNFSd has not been developed since 2005 but works ok and gives a nice command window with logged output.
- WinNFSd is not installed as a service but this may be possible without too much trouble.