I'm trying to mount a NFS share on my NAS and hitting a few troubles. I can mount the NAS myself via the
mount command but I can't get my
/etc/fstab right. Some help would be appreciated!
So my first attempt of:
sudo mount 192.168.25.100:/share/MD0_DATA/Qmultimedia /mnt/multimedia/
Ended up with:
mount.nfs: rpc.statd is not running but is required for remote locking. mount.nfs: Either use '-o nolock' to keep locks local, or start statd. mount.nfs: an incorrect mount option was specified
OK, not too sure what's best so I've gone with...
sudo mount -o nolock 192.168.25.100:/share/MD0_DATA/Qmultimedia/mnt/multimedia/
And that maps my files as expected. So I then I
umount that share & try via
/etc/fstab by adding the following line:
192.168.25.100:/share/MD0_DATA/Qmultimedia /mnt/multimedia auto defaults,nolock 0 0
mount -a and I'm presented with:
mount: special device 192.168.25.100:/share/MD0_DATA/Qmultimedia does not exist
Now it clearly does exist. I'm just getting some options wrong I guess. I've tried specifying the filesystem type (
ext4) instead of auto but still no dice.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!