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I have this setup, please do the machine/folder names translation according to your case. In /etc/exports on server side (mine is a centos 7): /workspace_guest/02.code 172.20.0.1(rw,sync,insecure,all_squash,anonuid=1000,anongid=1000) From client side (macOS Catalina Version 10.15.6) $ sudo mount -t nfs -o resvport,rw,noowners 172.20.0.100:/workspace_guest/...


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Do you have the NFS client utilities installed on the Linux system? The error message from your Linux system states that /sbin/mount.nfs isn't present, which suggests that the NFS client utilities are missing. On Debian/Ubuntu systems they're in package nfs-common - install that package and see if the mount then succeeds. If you're all you're interested in ...


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You are trying to use: mount_nfs -o rwsize=32768 -o locallocks -o namedattr -o noac -o rdirplus -o nfsv3 jin.local:volume1/File/ /Volumes/File Instead try: mount_nfs -vers=4 -o rwsize=32768 -o locallocks -o namedattr -o noac -o rdirplus jin.local:volume1/File/ /Volumes/File or mount_nfs -vers=4,rwsize=32768,locallocks,namedattr,noac,rdirplus ...


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