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NFS is the "old standard" Networking File System for Linux.

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  • (rhk) Setting Up an Old 386 on Your Home Network; July 01, 2002; Jim Hatridge -- Connecting an MS-Dos machine to an NFS network, twice, once using Microsoft's DOS Network client and Samba, the second time using XFS (an open-source NFS client for DOS) with NFS (and pcnfsd to allow login).

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