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I'm doing some IT work for a orginization and we have a couple of linux servers. I have Open SUSE and I need to know how to connect to the ...
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    Yast Question


    I'm doing some IT work for a orginization and we have a couple of linux servers. I have Open SUSE and I need to know how to connect to the servers so that I can see my hardrives. I believe I have to use Yast.

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    Hi. Can you provide a bit more detail about what you are trying to do. Are you trying to login to remote server, mount remote drives or something else.

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    Sorry I'm trying to mount the drives so that I can write, and read to them.

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    Are the drives local or on the network?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Company2 View Post
    Sorry I'm trying to mount the drives so that I can write, and read to them.
    You can use NFS for this type of thing. You can configure NFS by going to YAST -> Network Services and choosing from the option listed for NFS.

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    These drives are network and I used nfs and I didn't get it to work right.

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