Mount windows NFS filesystem on ubuntu & ubuntu filesystem on windows

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I want to mount windows nfs filesystem on ubuntu and ubuntu filesystem on windows

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ASKED: January 17, 2011  4:27 PM
UPDATED: January 19, 2011  4:27 AM

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For Ubuntu use the ntfs-config application, which is a simple GUI configuration tool for those that find they need to enable/disable NTFS capabilities. Install it by #sudo apt-get install ntfs-config.
Good instructions at: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MountingWindowsPartitions

Follow these instructions for mounting Linux onto windows:

http://www.codejacked.com/automatically-mount-your-linux-partition-in-windows/

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  • TomLiotta
    I want to mount windows nfs filesystem on ubuntu and ubuntu filesystem on windows Do you actually need NFS? Do you want to know how to install and start a NFS server on a Windows system? Or do you only need Windows and Linux to access each others' shares across a network? Will Samba be sufficient or is NFS actually required? What exactly do you need to accomplish? Tom
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  • Subhendu Sen
    If u want to mount NTFS only read as, then with root privilege.... fdisk -l (most probably, it show /dev/sdax, if u installed windows first....say C: assuming sda1 is 1st HDD). x denotes here the no .i.e 1...2.... and so on (it depends how many partitions for NTFS u have) again type mount /dev/sda1 /mnt (it mounts sda1 or C: on mnt folder) cd /mnt or click file browser navigate to mnt and all the windows folders and files r there) if u want to mount D: then apply the same only change the sda2 or whatever it shows Thanks--
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  • Kpratik02
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