Greetings to all.
Firstly it feels so good to return to a PC and linux, and in particular Manjaro.
Still polished I see… and I have just installed Gnome.
One thing though, my notes (from 2 years ago) are really out of date.
So I searched around and found a way of mounting my nas synology drives on boot.
I used fstab, but the folder I created to mount the nas in my home folder is
owned by root. Can anyone shed some light as to why that is?
Apologies if I am in the wrong forum section. Please redirect me is so!
if is a problem for you ? you can umount and after change owner
what matters is the line in fstab , directory not always changes owner (nfs, smb, ftp, ?)
for me, with smb, before boot i can change owner by root but after boot i have always owner me
I don’t understand what the problem is with this either. I have a remote directory mounted on the local system (/mnt/nfs/Servidor/Archivo) and owned by the root user and can read, edit, create and delete files.
The difference is that I am using the NFS protocol instead of SAMBA/CIFS that you use.
New system! Manjaro KDE version 10.2.
I have a NAS which I can reach on my network at 10.0.0.155.
The sub-directory on the NAS that I want to mount is /NAS_DIRECTORY
I want this mounted to appear as a directory in my Documents folder, and called NASSY
Create the directory to put it into, inside of Documents:
Mount the NAS (This is temporary)
sudo mount -t nfs 10.0.0.155:/NAS_DIRECTORY /home//Documents/NASSY
Navigate in your GUI manager to see if the NAS shows up as NASSY in Documents.
============Making it permanent