What's up with the state of NFS sharing on Linux desktops? I setup an NFS export on a local server and verified that I can mount it locally with `sudo mount -t nfs ...`
But when I open the Gnome Files application and try to add a Network location with `nfs://` it will either say "Mount doesn't exist" or "No permissions".
Any suggestions for local filesharing management? Should I use SMB? I just want my laptop to automatically mount a network share on login so I can play some music. :)
gnome-user-share seems like a good option - using Avahi to broadcast shares to other systems on the network is neat.
But I'm not seeing an easy way to set that up for a headless server in my quick 2 min of googling.
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