NFS Manager needed for an older Mac

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molove Offline
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Hi

I have an old Core Duo Mac Mini running 10.6.8 that I use as a file server and was hoping to try sharing via NFS. Unfortunately the only version that is downloadable from the NFS Manager website is 64 bit only- Release 3.9 (Build 141218)

Does anyone have a copy of an older version ,3.5 to 3.9 (Build 131007), that I could download?

Thanks

Piers
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winestock Offline
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I would suggest contacting the developer directly and see if they can send you the older versions: http://www.bresink.com/osxform.html.

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As I understand you don't need nfs manager. It just manages services that are present in the os anyway.

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(This post was last modified: 2015-02-21 23:29 by nickr.)
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winestock Offline
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The Wiki already outlines what needs to be done: NFS. (wiki) Some people find it easier to use NFS manager. I have never used NFS manager.

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I only posted a mini guide using NFS Mansger as it was easy then for novice users to setup file shares using the built in NFS on a Mac.
If you cannot find an older version, then as Winestock has posted, you will have to get your hands a wee bit dirty and use the instructions in the Wiki.
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