Re: Hamm and 3com's 905 PCI.
> > You need to mount whatever directory (read: file system) you were mounting
> > on the RedHat system. If you are mounting it as root (which - I think - is
> > the only way you /can/ mount a fs), then it doesn't matter where you mount
> > it on your local system. The preferred place is /mnt.
> That wasn't my question, the question was what directory to mount ON THE
That's what I was referring to, with the '/debian' and '/pub/debian' paths.
The command I would use is (for example):
mount -t nfs ftp.kernel.org:/pub /mnt
remote server ^^ ^^ local mount point
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