Simply done - NFS Share on Windows
What it all comes down to, and nobody has all the knowledge ready the first time, is that things are all so easy once you know how to do them. This seems to apply especially when it comes to sharing files over a computer network.

If you truly want to use an NFS server, get yourself a simple (2nd hand?) PC computer and install Ubuntu Linux (server). You can have your full server up and running in under 15-20 minutes. If you know what you are doing...
  • Install Ubuntu Linux (server), on a small HDD or a quality USB stick of 4-8 GB.
  • Install the latest Ubuntu updates
  • Install NFS-server
  • Install OpenSSH-server for remote access & maintenance
  • Mount your media drive(s) via /etc/fstab
  • Create the NFS share(s) via the /etc/exports file
  • Restart the NFS-server service
  • Set up the UFW firewall
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RE: Simply done - NFS Share on Windows - by Klojum - 2018-07-18, 14:09

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