I am using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and a NAS (QNAP TS-219P+) (IP adress: 192.168.0.111) on which SAMBA is running.
I wanted to mount some files of the NAS using mounting points in
/media. So I created for each NAS file a corresponding file in
/media for example connecting NAS/transfer to
/media transfer using
fstab I added the necessary line, for example:
//192.168.0.111/transfer /media/transfer cifs user=juergen,passwd=1234 0 0
and so on
In Nautilus the NAS file is initially shown as mounted in 'Geräte' (german). In English I think it would be 'Devices'. After a short while the mounted file appears in 'Rechner' (in German language). In English I think it should be 'Computer'.
I can access the NAS files. But I am not able to change the owner and the user of for example
/media/transfer from root root to juergen juergen. Using the command
sudo chown -c juergen /media/transfer in the terminal line it is said that root root has changed to juergen juergen but using the command
ls -l again root is shown as the owner.
Comment: I am using Ubuntu only for some months.