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Mount NFS Volumes in Snow leopard with Disk Utility

NFS mounts are now added using Disk Utility. To add a Linux-hosted NFS share on my network,

1. Start Disk Utility
2. Select NFS Mounts from the File menu
3. Click the plus sign in the lower left corner
4. Enter in your remote NFS URL info as described
5. Enter the mount point. If you add it to /Network, then it will show up in the Shared section of Finder, in an entry called All.
6. If you're using secure ports on your server, then click the Advanced option and enter -P
7. Click Verify
8. Save your settings

The NFS mount is now available.

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