- Fork of WinNFSd_edited by ZeWarden(http://github.com/ZeWaren/WinNFSd_edited), based on WinNFSd by vincentgao (http://sourceforge.net/projects/winnfsd/).
- License: GPL.
- Runs on all major versions of Windows.
WinNFSd is a Network File System V3 (NFS) server for Windows.
You can use any NFS client to mount a directory of Windows and read/write files via NFS v3 protocol. It is useful when you usually access files of Windows on Linux and for especially for virtual machines, since it is much faster than shared folders.
You can also export any folder with an additional alias.
The export of multiple folders is also possible. Just put the shared foldes and an optional alias into a simple text file:
C:\path\to\a\mount > /alias C:\path\to\another\mount > /another-alias
Then start winnfsd.exe like this:
WinNFSd.exe -pathFile C:\path\to\your\pathfile
===================================================== WinNFSd 2.2.0 Network File System server for Windows Copyright (C) 2005 Ming-Yang Kao Edited in 2011 by ZeWaren Edited in 2013 by Alexander Schneider (Jankowfsky AG) Edited in 2014 2015 by Yann Schepens Edited in 2016 by Peter Philipp (Cando Image GmbH), Marc Harding ===================================================== Usage: WinNFSd.exe [-id <uid> <gid>] [-log on | off] [-pathFile <file>] [-addr <ip>] [export path] [alias path] At least a file or a path is needed For example: On Windows> WinNFSd.exe d:\work On Linux> mount -t nfs 192.168.12.34:/d/work mount For another example: On Windows> WinNFSd.exe d:\work /exports On Linux> mount -t nfs 192.168.12.34:/exports Another example where WinNFSd is only bound to a specific interface: On Windows> WinNFSd.exe -addr 192.168.12.34 d:\work /exports On Linux> mount - t nfs 192.168.12.34: / exports Use "." to export the current directory (works also for -filePath): On Windows> WinNFSd.exe . /exports