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    The settings "uid=1001,gid=50" are only valid for CIFS

    CIFS uses the format
    vers=3.0

    NFS uses the format
    vers=3

    Or whatever version you are trying to use. Not sure how you have userid's mapped between the clients and server, but it can be fun to coordinate.
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    Firstly thank you @slartibartfast for pointing out that I had included the OS and version.

    My NFS Server is running Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 8. I am not a begginner with Linux having used Gentoo for a good 20 years or more as well as many other distros, Arch, Debian, Ubuntu.......

    Thank you @paul- for pointing out the difference vbetween CIFS and NFS vers= settings.

    Here are my NFS Server Options:

    Code:
    rw,sync,root_squash,nohide,no_subtree_check
    and my piCorePlayer NFS Client Opts

    Code:
    vers=3
    Rebooted and got a error: Network Unreachable Error now. At least no Option Error...

    Code:
    Waiting for network................................................... No network found! Done (52).
    Starting Openssh server... Done.
    Mounting Network Drive...
    mount: /mnt/Music: mount(2) system call failed: Network is unreachable.
    Disk Mount Error, Retrying 2 more times...sleeping 10 seconds.
    So increased the delay to 90 seconds (180 in the Maximum wait for remote network at boot Field) and rebooted:

    Code:
    Waiting for network................................................... No network found! Done (52).
    Starting Openssh server... Done.
    Mounting Network Drive...
    mount: /mnt/Music: mount(2) system call failed: Network is unreachable.
    Disk Mount Error, Retrying 2 more times...sleeping 10 seconds.
    mount: /mnt/Music: mount(2) system call failed: No route to host.
    Disk Mount Error, Retrying 1 more times...sleeping 10 seconds.
    mount: /mnt/Music: mount(2) system call failed: No route to host.
    Disabling network mount from server at 10.6.10.220.
     Done.

    Still no network connection at this point!!!

    How can I delay until the network connects? It is Ethernet, not wireless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Man in a van View Post
    Is this the five minute argument ?
    I didn't see the Linux server bit . Apologies.

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    At last!!!

    Changed the vers=3 to vers=4 and everything woke up.

    Log now shows this:

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    Waiting for network................................................... No network found! Done (52).
    Starting Openssh server... Done.
    Mounting Network Drive...
    mount: /mnt/Music: mount(2) system call failed: Network is unreachable.
    Disk Mount Error, Retrying 2 more times...sleeping 10 seconds.
    mount: 10.6.10.220:/export/storage/MusicShare mounted on /mnt/Music.
    Disk Mounted at /mnt/Music.
    Thanks you all for your help, I was able to sort this out thanks to the suggestions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slartibartfast View Post
    I didn't see the Linux server bit . Apologies.

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    There is still something odd with your system. We are not detecting a valid ethernet connection, but it does appear to be connected.

    Are you using DHCP?

    What is the result of 'ifconfig'
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