In other words, mount the directory /share from the server bible (which is being made available by NFS) on the mount point /mint, with the option (-o) to the mount command ro, which means read-only.
You can also specify a hard or soft mount:
■ Hard mount: Ensures that in the event that the NFS server becomes unavailable, a program that is accessing the mount hangs but will be able to recover once the server comes back online.
■ Soft mount: The NFS client will report an error to the requesting program; not all programs handle this correctly and there is a possibility of data corruption.
To specify a hard mount, you add the keyword hard to the options (after the -o) for the mount command. For example:
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