This is a new ROCK install. I am trying to update music on the attached exFAT formatted USB drive. I can mount the USB on a Linux workstation, however, I am getting permission errors when trying to update the music library.
This is the mount command I have used: sudo mount -t cifs -o sec=ntlmv2,username=guest,password=guest //192.168.99.61/data/Storage /media/rock
I have also substituted user/pass withother details and it mounts.
What am I missing?
Can you clarify your setup?
My interpretation is that you have a USB drive mounted to your NUC running ROCK and you’re trying to access the drive via CIFS on a different computer running Linux. Is this correct?
What happens if you try to mount
Yes, I have latest ROCK installed on a NUC.
I have a number of Ubuntu desktops which I would like to access the ROCK USB drive to update the music library.
The USB mounts on the Ubuntu desktop machines and I can do this with:
sudo mount -t cifs -o sec=ntlmv2,username=guest,password=guest //192.168.99.61/data/Storage /media/rock
However, once rock is mounted, I cannot copy to the USB due to permission errors, both on the command line and on the desktop.
Interestingly I can successfully copy to the USB drive if I mount it, and then do it from the desktop interface in Nautilus “Connect to Server” with command smb://192.168.99.61/data/
So I assume there is some secret sauce to the command line which I am not aware of
I cracked it, for other Ubuntu users the command is:
sudo mount -t cifs -o sec=ntlmv2,uid=1000,guest,iocharset=utf8,guest,vers=2.0 //192.168.99.61/data/ /media/rock
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