> NFS = No Frigging Security. You'll want to use OpenAFS or Arla
> (which are both implementations of Andrew File System = AFS).
Oh, yes I know. The NFS based system wasn't my idea. Where
can I find tools for creating AFS filesystem? apt-cache search
just told me nothing related creating the filesystem. Ok, I can
mount but how can I create it? And I suspect that my client
will stuck to NFS. If I were everybody I would use cryptcard
and other things. But to see clear: they only created one(!)
partition and didn't think with security in mind. So, is there
any NFS server available to linux which is able to understand
the option kerberos in the exports map?
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