I have a Vero 4K with DVBT2 dongle mainly acting as DVBT2 set-top box with the tvheadend running on it. Nothing special, standard configuration. My aim is to set a tvheadend to record a DVBT2 stream into the Synology NAS through SMB (Vero 4K acts a SMB client). To do it I have to mount SMB share into Vevo directory structure and to set tvheadend to record into this location. I made it by this command from the command line:
sudo mount -t cifs //192.168.1.1/video /home/osmc/SynologyShare -o user=aaa,password=bbb,uid=osmc
and it worked fine. Then I decided to make this permanent by adding
//192.168.1.1/video /home/osmc/SynologyShare cifs user=aaa,password=bbb,uid=osmc 0 0
into /etc/fstab file hoping that it creates permanent mount after reboot. Unfortunately, it did not work. I do not know how to troubleshoot. The command sudo mount -a returns mount error(13): Permission denied
Can you please guide me on how to create permanent mount to SMB share?