I'm trying to share a drive mounted to my Raspberry Pi with my Mac using NFS. The drive is formatted HFS+ so that I can still use it with my mac if need be. I set up the NFS server on my pi using these instructions. My
/etc/exports looks like this:
Also, the fstab line for the drive looks like this:
/dev/sda2 /mnt/nas hfsplus force,user,umask=0000,nofail 0 0
exportfs gets me:
Then on my mac, trying
showmount shows the shared folder and my computer's ip address as well
But then, after trying to mount
sudo mount -t nfs -o resvport,rw raspberrypi.local:/mnt/nas /local/folder
I get a
mount_nfs: Permission denied error.
I use ssh keys and am able to mount the drive using sshfs, but I can't get NFS to work. Is HFS+ not compatible, or is there something else I'm overlooking?