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    Hi there,
    is it possible to mount a SMB or NFS Volume to the iPhone ?

    That'd be great :-)

    Greetings,

    Ender



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    I can imagine viewing movies, photos...

    Nice Idea!

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    when i try to mount a network volume, it ( of course ) complains that the mount_nfs binary cannot be found.

    So unless someone has a working solution i'd say we have to plead to the guys that compiled the other bsd tools to also compile a "mount" for us that can do NFS and/or SMB, right ?

    Greetings,

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