nfs on ASU
alex at ajkavanagh.co.uk
Tue Aug 5 11:44:16 CEST 2008
Andy Green wrote, On 05/08/08 10:15:
> Somebody in the thread at some point said:
> | Hello all,
> | It seems that nfs filesystem is not enabled on ASU image. If I type :
> | less /proc/filesystems
> | I don't see it.
> | Is there a way to enable it ? Which file should I modify to build the
> | image with nfs support ?
> What workflow are you trying to achieve with NFS? Unless you're
> changing large files a lot, scp to NAND or SD Card works well.
> If you need to use it, you'll need to use a custom kernel config with
> various options down File Systems | Network File Systems in menuconfig.
I find sshfs (ssh fuse filesystem) works really well when I want to
mount the FR's file-system to a mount point. Still, this makes the
assumption that it's on Linux ...
$ sshfs moko:/ mount-point
$ sshfs root at 192.168.0.202:/ mount-point
$ fusermount -u mount-point
(assumes ~/.ssh/config is set with Host moko, Hostname and User as root.)
Not sure if this helps!
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