As I am new here I first like to introduce myself: I’m an old German guy who once was familiar with programming Z80, starting with ZX81. By the time family and other things became priority and I lost the connection to programming. In the meantime I know how to build websites and did it basically with HTML.
I digitized some of my records to my synology NAS and had the idea to get access to them from my living room. As I had already an arduino and a pi3b+ to learn programming again I found volumio and managed to get it run with the 7" touch screen.
After getting no access from the pi to my synology I read all threads I could find (including the descriptions of synology and volumio manual) but still have no success.
I guess I did all permissions right, created a special volumio user on the synology with all permissions, set the NFS permissions, but still …
I made some screenshots, as I think this is easier to read for somebody who wants to help, but have no idea at the moment how to integrate them into my posting.
If I type in the IP address in the volumio’s mask I get a red error message "Error in mounting share syno - exec error:Command failed: /usr/bin/sudo /bin/mount -t nfs -o ro,soft,noauto ‘192.168.002.106:/volume1/music’ ‘/mnt/NAS/syno’ mount.nfs:access denied by server while mounting 192.168.002.106:/volume1/music
If I type in the synologies name instead of the IP I get an orange error message "Netzwerklaufwerk konnte nicht hinzugefügt werden - exec error Error: Command failed: /usr/bin/sudo /bin/mmount -t nfs -o ro,soft,noauto ‘Syno-NAS:volume1/music’ ‘/mnt/NAS/syno’ mount.nfs: an incorrect mount option was specified
Now when reading (and typing) the messages I had the idea whether there might be a problem with the Synologies name “Syno-NAS” by using a dash in the name. Could that cause the problem? If so, what chance do I have for solving instead of renaming the NAS?
In case I can help anybody with an EMT turntable, I will do that with great pleasure.
Thanks in advance for any help