>I know no NFS drivers for DOS, but there

Actually, there is such a thing as a DOS NFS client!  It's old but it 
works.  I'm using Tsoft's NFS Client 1.02.  It uses the WatTCP TCP/IP 
stack.  Check this site to download a trial copy:


All you need is a DOS packet driver for your network card.

I use it with a Linux server.  After the directory is exported on the 
Linux server, load the nfs client on the DOS machine, mount the 
directory  as a drive letter and your good to go.

If you need configuration help, I'll be glad to help.


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