>In article <9301151809.AA18666 at salk-sgi.sdsc.edu>, mangalam at SALK-SC2.SDSC.EDU (Harry Mangalam) writes:
>>Stephen Baird clarifies:
>>>Whoops, I meant NFS (Network File System) not NSF. NFS allows you to use a
>>>drive on a remote sytems as if it was a local drive.
>>>> Well, I've been wrong before 8), but I'm pretty darned sure that NFS is
>>not a part of NCSA Telnet. NCSA, while it is a pretty nice bit of software
>>(including a native FTP client (which (parenthetically) is not as nice as
I haven't heard of a free NFS client for the Macintosh. But a nice
commercial client is available from InterCon, its called NFS-Share and
the interface is just like AppleShare.