Tag: file share

How To Mount NFS Share In Linux and Windows?

Network File System or NFS is a network-based filesystem protocol which is mainly used to share files and folders over the network. NFS is a UNIX based technology but can be used by most of the operating systems like Linux, Ubuntu, Debian, Kali, Mint, Fedora, CentOS, RedHat and Windows operating systems Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server 2008, Windows

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What Is Linux nfsd Process and Meaning?

NFS is Unix and Linux type network based file system. This file system is served over network. In order to serve file system with files and directory nfsd daemon is used. It is actually a kernel module with a service. NFS is the short form of Network Files System. Installation We can install NFS client tools and service with the following

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How To Add, Remove and Manage Windows Shares Network Drives From Command Line?

Windows operating systems provides some mechanism to share the resources between different systems. One of the most known and popular tool to manage these resources is net command whit related sub command. In this tutorial we will look how to create, mount, remove and manage network shares with net use  and net share command. Syntax We will use following syntax for

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Best Torrent Clients For Linux

File sharing is one of the oldest and most popular usage area of the internet. In the old days there was ftp to share files. After ftp era various protocols and tools came into play like DC++, Napster, Kazaa etc. But these protocols and tools have some problems like not sharing resources between each other. In the new fiber era

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How To Install OwnCloud On CentOS Linux?

I need some application that will provide online file sharing and synchronization. It should be free. Open Source solution is preferred. It seems that we will install OwnCloud which is is an open source, self-hosted file sync and share app platform. There are a lot of things like calendar sync, active feed notifications etc. but for now we will just install

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