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Mapping NCSU AFS to your personal Laptop

Yeah I know expandrive is easier to use…. install, enter credentials, and you are done. But lets face it, expandrive isnt the fastest and most stable stable thing you’ve used. try to copy a lot of files and it leaves a few. The other problems … you know them

So after messing around with the MIT Kerberos and OpenAFS I found a solution (Windows for now). With a bit of work I’m sure linux users would be able to replicate the same.

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So here’s a simple walkthrough to getting this done.

If you set up NIM in such a way you can make it mount these drives to a particular drive during startup…. or you could use shortcuts…

Give it a shot ! trust me when i say its sooo much “cleaner”. People facing trouble can give me a shout 🙂