NFSManager is a small tool for easy access to the NFS features of OS X. As an operating system with a Unix core, OS X is able to support the Network File System (NFS) protocol according to Internet specification RFC 1094. NFS is the accepted industry standard for sharing files between Unix systems.
Although NFS is a built-in component of OS X, users cannot access this feature without special knowledge and use of the command-line. NFSManager solves this problem by providing an easy-to-use Aqua interface for the definition of NFS connections.
This version re-adds former support for 32-bit processors with OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard.
Fixes a problem where loading NFS server configuration settings from an archived file could result in wrong port settings for the main NFSD server or for mount requests if a binary (non-XML) file format was used.
Fixes a problem where removing all contents of a numeric option field in the user interface could result in partial failure of the currently running operation.
Fixes a timing problem where applying changes to NFS shares could result in an incorrect warning message that the OS might not have accepted the change.