This provides the kernel NFS server, plus a startup script. It generally should give better performance than the userspace server (especially with multiple clients).
It is built with support for NFSv3, but not NFSv4.
Once installed you will find a /etc/exports which you should put the file systems you wish to export in.
You may wish to use --bind mounts to make the mounted NFS paths nicer, e.g. using the local override script file (/mnt/DroboShares/Drobo/DroboApps/knfs/local.sh) put something like this:
if ! mount | grep -q /Music; then
mount --bind /mnt/DroboShares/Drobo/Music /Music
mount --bind /mnt/DroboShares/Drobo/Videos /Videos
Platform: DroboShare License: GPL Version: nfs-utils 1.1.4, e2fsprogs 1.41.4