I have debian as an NFS client. I would like to mount a remote NFS with a specific user permissions (to specify the remote user account)
How can I do that?
NFS, while useful, is not generally great at dealing with user perms. In order to do this you have to do a few things:
Under Ubuntu, a debian-based distribution, you should enter the command:
sudo apt-get install nfs-common
You should then be able to connect and mount any available NFS-available directory.