10.0.0.1:/nfs/user /media/nas nfs timeo=50,hard 0 0
10.0.0.1:/nfs/Public /mnt/mybook nfs rw,_netdev,noatime,bg,soft 0 0
I'll suggest that you want the SAME options for both mounts. These look good,
add a ,timeo=50
if you wish.
Originally Posted by jpollard
Chmod should not be used - you just allowed anybody to modify any file.
What is your NFS server?
It's a mybook NAS (see post 1). Yes it runs Linux, and no he has no login access.
What is in the /etc/exports file? (assuming it is Linux)
Inaccessible, but he has both mounts.
Did you remember to enable NFS exports with SELinux?
Offtopic - read the thread.
The issue is that the share directory ownership and that of the user are not the same
As background - the simplest RCP permission makes use of your numerical user ID, not the the user name.
So we want to know your userID on Fedora and of the mounted share, while mounted,
[stevea@luchs Desktop]$ ls -ld /media/nas
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Oct 18 22:38 /media/nas
[stevea@luchs Desktop]$ ls -ldn /media/nas
drwxr-xr-x 2 0 0 4096 Oct 18 22:38 /media/nas
[stevea@luchs Desktop]$ id
uid=520(stevea) gid=520(stevea) groups=520(stevea),10(wheel),599(everyone)
So my userid is 520 and my groupids are 520, 10, and 599.
The directory permissions are
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root
drwxr-xr-x 2 0 0
There is a good chance you'll want to change the numerical UID of the ownership on the server.