The Shore Value-Added Server is, among other things, and NFS daemon and a Mount daemon [SGK85]. If you configure and run the server as it is distributed, the NFS and Mount services will be available. If you want to use them, you have to mount the Shore file system as an NFS file system on one or more of your workstations.
Take the following steps for each workstation from which you want NFS access to the Shore file system:
You can use the script mnt as it is, or you can edit it if you want to use different arguments to smount. You can also just use smount directly. See the manual page smount(SHORE) for assistance.
The mount program that comes with Linux actually has the features that Shore needs and therefore there is no need for the smount program. Unfortunately, due to a bug in the the linux version of mount is still cannot be used for mounting Shore file systems. Instead, a fixed version of mount is shipped with Shore and is installed in the bin directory in place of smount. In the above instructions, replace the use of smount with mount and mnt with mnt.linux. See your Linux mount manual page for more information.