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    Picoreplayer on Pi : problem to access remote NFS drive

    Hello

    Upgrading my PCP to beta 4 I try a new config with LMS installed locally and USB drive for caching.
    I want to mount via NFS music folder from my synology. I use synology standard NFS parameter that work from others devices, but not from PCP.
    Everything seems working on the web interface, but when in LMS I configure this extra music source (/mnt/ds916) , it does not display the /mnt/ds916 music subfolders.
    I have the feeling there is a RW acecss permission issue on /mnt/ds916 on PCP

    When looking with SSH, I can access /mnt/ds916 only if I'm root but not with normal "tc" user account.

    any idea ?

    Thank you

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    Senior Member paul-'s Avatar
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    Expand the more> in the web interface and read the field help.


    More than likely you are not specifying the nfs vers. For synology, typically, you need vers=3 in the mount options.
    Last edited by paul-; 2018-09-01 at 05:19.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    Expand the more> in the web interface and read the field help.


    More than likely you are not specifying the nfs vers. For synology, typically, you need vers=3 in the mount options.
    I did that, read the explanations and set vers=3, does not work (right issue?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tparvais View Post
    I did that, read the explanations and set vers=3, does not work (right issue?)
    I use a synology nfs mount, here is the mount configuration.

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    How is your NFS setup on the synology.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    I use a synology nfs mount, here is the mount configuration.

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    How is your NFS setup on the synology.
    here is mine: identical to your's

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    my syno config:

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    thank you

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    One of my NAS is Thecus, it never works. After I put vers=4, it works!

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    Senior Member paul-'s Avatar
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    That all looks good, What version of DSM? I'm using the latest DSM 6.2-23739

    You'll have to check the logs on your synology device and see why it is blocking the connection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tparvais View Post
    here is mine: identical to your's

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    my syno config:

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    thank you
    You might have to spesify the netmask on yor Syno:
    192.168.0.*/24 (or 255.255.255.0)


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    Senior Member paul-'s Avatar
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    Actually that is what I have in my syno, I overlooked that when translating the French.

    192.168.0.0/24
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