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AFS on the Desktop


If you'd rather work with AFS in a way that lets you drag and drop files into folders, instead of working at the command line and using UNIX commands, you'll probably want to put AFS right onto your Macintosh or Windows computer.

Putting AFS on a Mac or Windows computer

 Stanford OpenAFS is the program that mounts AFS on your desktop. You can obtain Stanford OpenAFS from the OpenAFS at Stanford site.

Last modified July 20, 2015