Get boot2docker working with nfs instead of vboxsf.
- Boot2Docker-cli version: v1.6.0 Git commit: 9894ae9 - Boot2Docker-cli version: v1.6.2 Git commit: cb2c3bc
1) In your Mac, open the file
/etc/nfs.conf and add this line:
nfs.server.mount.require_resv_port = 0
2) Then, open
/etc/exports and add this line, changing the values to match your case:
/Users/<your username> -mapall=<your username>:staff <mac's ip address>
3) With both files changed time to apply the new settings:
sudo nfsd restart
4) Finally, ssh into your boot2docker machine and run:
sudo umount /Users sudo mkdir /Users/<your username> sudo /usr/local/etc/init.d/nfs-client start sudo mount <mac's ip address>:/Users/<your username> /Users/<your username> -o async,noatime,actimeo=1,nolock,vers=3,udp
You'll notice I'm mounting an especific user's directory instead of the
Users directory itself, that's because of permissions, I couldn't share the
Users directory on my behalf.