dxfileshare - Allows the importing and exporting of NFS file systems
File Sharing accepts all of the standard X Toolkit command line options, which are documented in the OPTIONS section in the X(1X) reference page.
The following list documents selected X Toolkit options.
Specifies the color to use for the window background.
Specifies the display screen on which
displays its window. If the display option is not specified,
uses the display screen specified by your
environment variable. The display
option has the format
hostname:number. The default value is
:0. For more information,
Performs the same function as the
Specifies the color to use for the window foreground.
Use File Sharing, dxfileshare, to: Display mounted NFS file systems that are exported through NFS from the local machine Display file systems available for mounting from a remote set of hosts Perform mount and modify valid options Perform umount (through drag and dropping or using the unshare menu option) Add entries to the /etc/fstab file as permanent mount entries Remove and modify entries in the /etc/fstab file (like in /etc/export) Add, change, or delete NFS entries from /etc/export
from the graphical user interface:
Click on the Application Manager icon on the CDE front panel.
Double click on the System_Admin application group icon.
Double click on the DailyAdmin application group icon.
Double click on the File Sharing application icon.
Defaults that are shared by the GUI and CLI. File Sharing uses the same file as Host Manager File Sharing application File Sharing help volume Directory containing File Sharing application icons Application defaults file that sets the default values for the X resources File Sharing message catalog Message catalog containing File Sharing location IDs for on-item help i18n_motif_shared_text.cat
Commands: automount(8), bcheckrc(8), mount(8), umount(8), mountd(8), showmount(8)
Functions: getfsstat(2), getmntinfo(3), getmntinfo_r(3), mount(2), umount(2), mount(2sv), umount(2sv), umount(3)
Files: fstab(4), exports(4), mountdtab(4)