I have a Debian machine that I'm using as a media server/file server. It's running Debian wheezy.
I have a raid volume i've set up using mdadm. All working fine.
I've set up some primitive FTP access to the folders i need to - again so far so good.
But i've come to start providing access to the NAS using NFS and it's giving me a bit of a headache.
I've created two mount points which are mounted (using --bind) to where the files are.
/dev/md0 mounted to /media/vol1
/mnt/media mounted to /media/vol1/media (using --bind)
/mnt/docs mounted to /media/vol1/docs (using --bind)
i've added the following to the
export file and restarted
From Windows 7 - command line
mount -u:user -p:pass mynas:/mnt/media * doesn't work NETMSG 2 I think
However this does:
mount -u:user -p:pass mynas:/mnt * although the folder is empty.
On certain occasions when i've been playing about with this, the NFS client in windows actually BSDOs windows. It feels like permissions, but wondered whether someone could give me a hand?
many thanks (in advance)