NFS or Network File System is a quick and easy way to share files between Linux hosts on a network. Client machines are able to mount specific directories on a server machine and access the files as if they are on the client's local filesystem.
Configuring an NFS share is as easy as installing a package and editing a config file. For the steps below I'm using a Debian client and a Ubuntu based server.
Configuring the server
Begin by installing the nfs-kernel-server package if it isn't already installed:
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