NFS over SSH

From: Asif Iqbal (
Date: 08/06/04

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    Date: Fri, 6 Aug 2004 17:03:46 -0400

    Hi All

    Is there a simple and easy way to do NFS over OpenSSH on Solaris 6
    environment? This would be just one time thing.

    I am looking for a rather close to complete if not complete solution
    that you know might work instead of a theory

    Any help/suggestion with this would be greatly appreciated


    Asif Iqbal
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