MacOS X uses the HSF+ filesystem. NFS isn't so much a traditional file system (although that's what the "FS" stands for) as it is a protocol for accessing a file system over a network.Originally Posted by Mitch2025
So you could have a Mac with an HSF file system and my FreeBSD PC with a UFS file system and you could run an NFS server so I could mount a share off your system onto my system.
Not much can write to NTFS, at least not reliably. Blame that on the jerkoffs at Microsoft for insisting on keeping it closed, undocumented, and proprietary.