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    Senior Member DLloyd's Avatar
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    Connecting to an NFS share from a Windows 10 PC???

    Hello,
    I have just rebuilt my Debian (Squeeze) LMS and decided to try NFS instead of Samba. When I try to mount the NFS share on the Windows PC that has all of my music on it, I get "Error 53".

    Any ideas please?
    Last edited by DLloyd; 2019-06-13 at 16:50.

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    Do you have the optional "client for NFS" installed?
    If yes - then - you could try from the command line
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...commands/mount
    Paul Webster
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    If I understand you correctly, DLloyd, you are looking to make your Windows machine act as an NFS server.

    (Paul's answer is for the opposite configuration; accessing an NFS share from a Windows client.)

    I don't quite see the point of going through the trouble of installing and setting up NFS on your Windows box, in your case. There likely won't be any performance penalty from running SMB instead, and you already have the necessary software at both ends for doing so. The Samba client can be installed from the Debian repository if you haven't got it already.

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    Senior Member DLloyd's Avatar
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    Actually, the other way around. The Windows 10 box is the NFS client, the Debian box is the LMS and NFS server.

    I fixed the problem, it was the /etc/exports file on the server. Thanks!

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