first of all I’d like to thank Volumio team to have built such a nice et usefull product !
I use volumio on a “old” labtop witch is ethernet connected to my Lan.
I try to mount the /data/INTERNAL from Volumio to another client labtop 18.04.1-Ubuntu
My configurations are
Server (volumio player)
And the server can the the Client :
volumio@coton:~$ ping Chipolata
PING Chipolata (192.168.0.28) 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from 192.168.0.28: icmp_seq=1 ttl=64 time=6.21 ms
I restarted both
When I check what is exported I have :
volumio@coton:~$ sudo showmount
[sudo] password for volumio:
Hosts on coton:
As I said I missed something I do not export anything…
I had to install the nfs packages to use nfs server (I didn’t seen it in the init.d folder), but I certainly missed something …
When I installed it the /etc/exports has been installed.
And of course on my client I cannot mount the folder.
On my client :
Throught the command line :
sudo mount -t nfs coton.local:/data/INTERNAL /mnt/coton
mount.nfs: access denied by server while mounting coton.local:/data/INTERNAL
I would try with cifs later …