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Re: designing a brand new NFS.

Hi Arsalan,

Check this out for the nfs server sources:
(grep for nfs on that page)

The best way would be to get the sources and modify them to create your
own version of NFS. This software has a lot of security flaws, and if
someone comes out with a more secure software with similar functionality,
it would be really appreciated.

I can help you to a certain extent, though it's been long since I worked
with NFS sources.


PS: What is NCST??

On Wed, 13 Sep 2000, Arsalan Zaidi wrote:

> I've decided to take up a project implementing a simple version of NFS for
> my course at NCST. Though the requirements are simple and the time limited,
> I want to have a good design. Who knows, I might work on extending and
> impementing it in full later.
> If you guys have any suggestion on how NFS may be improved, or any
> pointer/tips whatever, send them over...
> I've looked arounf for info on NFS and I've found some papers and stuff.
> Nothing too extensive. Lessee what comes of this...
> --Arsalan.
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