Hi all lovely people,
i have problem accessing my files on my NAS (a Synology DiskStation) from Fedora 13. All network shares on the NAS are mounted via /etc/fstab
and are perfectly browsable, but when i try to open a file, any file, from say Nautilus, Fedora says it cannot find the file, even though i just double clicked it.
My best guess is that this is caused by some restriction based on missing rights/privileges, but i fail to solve it.
Affected lines in /etc/fstab reads as follows:
//192.168.3.200/maria /mnt/maria cifs credentials=/home/maria/.smbcredentials,dir_mode=0777,file_mode=0777 0 0
contains the following:
username=[my username on the nas]
password=[my password on the nas]
[my username on the nas] and [my password on the nas] ofcourse real username and passwords, not as listed here.
Someone knows what might be wrong, why Fedora can list the files but still say it cannot find them when i try to open them?
Even stranger, just noticed that I can write
files to the mounted shares, but I cannot read those files, even though I just created them from exactly the same place that I'm trying to read them from.