First I'm a newbie in Linux, but I read a lot these days about it.
I have a network and all my work files are in NAS drive. I start with an education purposes Ubuntu Server, with local messenger etc.
I figured out how to mount a folder from a local windows PC and sync it (with rsync) to the server PC, but I have an issue with the NAS.
Finally I managed to mount it, but I don't have permission to open the folders.
/etc/fstab config line is :
//192.168.1.108/Volume_1 /media/backup cifs credentials_nas=/home/MYNAME/.smbcredentials_nas,iocharset=utf8,uid=1000,gid=1000 0 0
I want to make a full mirror of
/media/backup folder. But I do not have access to the files in NAS.
credentials_nasis a valid option for
mount.cifsAFAIK it needs to be plain