Configuring Harmony Server Clients on GNU/Linux

On macOS and GNU/Linux, a client workstation is configured to connect to a Harmony server by mounting the different network shares used for the database on directories with the same name as these shares, at the root of the filesystem. As a result, all of the database and scene data files become part of your machine's file system, and the path to each file in your database is the same path on both the client machine and the server machine, allowing seamless access to all of your scene data on any machine. The most straightforward approach to this is to configure these shares to be automatically mounted on boot using the file system table (fstab) file.