Hi, I recently upgraded my debian-based homeserver, which I user to share folders to osmc via nfs.
Prevously, I set up autofs on the OSMC, and was accessing the folders from my server. Though when I try to do it after upgrading my server, I can’t get it to work.
For the server etc/exports file:
/mnt/datadrive/zed *(ro,no_subtree_check) /mnt/datadrive/misc *(ro,no_subtree_check)
These folders have permissons: nobody nogroup
On omsc, the auto.nfs.shares file:
/mnt/zed 192.168.1.82:/mnt/datadrive/zed /mnt/misc 192.168.1.82:/mnt/datadrive/misc
$ showmount -e 192.168.1.82 Export list for 192.168.1.82: /mnt/datadrive/misc * /mnt/datadrive/zed *
~$ mountpoint /mnt/zed /mnt/zed is a mountpoint
On the osmc terminal, when I cd to /mnt I can see the folder names (misc and zed), but I can’t cd into the folders. The permissions are indicated as: root root (is that an issue? I thought permissions are inherited from the server?)
Unsurpringly, on the OSMC interface, when ‘Browsing for new share’, I can see the misc and zed folders, but can’t select them.
I can’t figure out the problem. Any help will be appreciated.