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    Default Help please with mounting nas nfs folder.

    I am trying to mount a remote folder on NAS in my home directory.

    I have had this work before with previous version (42.3) but I have run foul of permissions:-

    Code:
    An error occurred while accessing 'Multimedia on 192.168.169.130', the system responded: mount: /home/alastair/NFS_multimedia: operation permitted for root only.
    I do not recall this happening before. Should I try and mount as root or have I made a mistake with my permissions either on the NAS or on this machine?

    Budgie2

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    Default Re: Help please with mounting nas nfs folder.

    When you have a problem using a command line (or other method),
    You have to post the command you tried to execute, not just the result.

    Most likely you didn't specify the arguments to allow non-root to mount,

    eg
    https://serverfault.com/questions/82...ot-user-in-cli

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    Default Re: Help please with mounting nas nfs folder.

    Quote Originally Posted by tsu2 View Post
    When you have a problem using a command line (or other method),
    You have to post the command you tried to execute, not just the result.

    Most likely you didn't specify the arguments to allow non-root to mount,

    eg
    https://serverfault.com/questions/82...ot-user-in-cli

    TSU
    Hi Tsu, I confess I was not using CLI but Yast GUI as I have done in the past. I asked here just in case there was something new or different, knowing that security has been improved on NAS and probably on openSUSE.
    I read your note and was about to embark on a detailed account of what I had done when loh and behold when I started my laptop the mount was in place and working.
    Of course if I had used cli I would have know immediately. Will use cli next time.
    Many thanks,
    Budge

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