Re: NFS replacements for Linux
From: Patrick Morris (pmorris_at_wilshire.com)
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2003 09:03:59 -0700 To: Rohit <email@example.com>
>We are going to be deploying Linux in computer labs with network shared
>home directories. NFSv3 is widely supported and easy to set up, but truly lacks
>security features we need.
What security features do you need that NFS doesn't provide? That'd
help narrow things down a bit.
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