I've exported a share from my server and set anonuid and anongid to be 0 (root). However, when I mount the share on the client, it doesn't appear my settings are working as I'm getting permission ...
I've been scratching my head regarding this and thought I'd post it to see if I was missing anything obvious! The scenario is this: The server contains a very large folder called "Programmes" which ...
How can I share FolderA on ServerA so that my client can simply access it as ServerA:/FolderA if FolderA is not in / ? Lets say FolderA is actually /usr/local/test/RandomName I can use bind in ...
I have a volume exported: /dev/disk5s2 on /Volumes/encrypted (hfs, NFS exported, local, nodev, nosuid, journaled) The entry in the /etc/export is: /Volumes/encrypted/paperwork -ro ...
'exportfs -r' returns me this error when I'm trying to export /home/user/share (ext4): exportfs: Warning: /home/user/share does not support NFS export. /etc/exports: /home/user/share ...
How would you go about configuring security on an NFS file share if it was impossible to edit the exports file (due to the NAS configuration not exposing it to the administrator)?