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Create an NFS share with root access

Create an NFS share with root access: Linux System Engineer: Network Filesystems using NFS and Samba
Create an NFS share with root access: Linux System Engineer: Network Filesystems using NFS and Samba

By default NFS squashes the root user to a nobody account and for good reason. Any client computer that's allowed to access an NFS share could access it as root if they're logged in as root on their own machine. However, in some well-thought-out cases we may want to allow root access to a share. This exercise walks you through that process.

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