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No, I don't have a burner. I downloaded my software sets, I installed Omni-NFS on my Windoze machine (where the sets are), and set up an alias, I believe. I ...
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    Which NFS to use for NFS install


    No, I don't have a burner. I downloaded my software sets, I installed Omni-NFS on my Windoze machine (where the sets are), and set up an alias, I believe. I am new to Linux and NFS. My linux box (still to be installed) runs through the boot and root disks, runs through the network disk, and I get to the point of setting up the nfs connection, but it times out.

    Any ideas?

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    this sounds painful. I'm almost willing to burn a cd set and mail them to you. Don't really have a good answer though. sorry. I have a cd buner 25 cents plus shipping. Hard way to get your feet wet. good luck.

    --Jeff--

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