How to mount my ReadyNAS (without the expert vocabulary)
- date: December 7, 2009
I have an Aspire one with Linpus lite and a ReadyNAS duo, and have spent hours trying to mount the NAS, but all the help files are in a Linux knowhow language that I don't understand. I would need a very basic and exact help how to do this.
I have enabled NFS on the NAS, which is on my (otherwise Windows) network at addres 192.168.2.4. The command nmblookup finds the NAS:
~]$ sudo nmblookup - r NAS
querying NAS on 192.168.2.255
So somehow I'm connected!
Then I have tried different commands to mount the NAS but with no luck. I have made the directory /media/netnas/ to mount it to, and tried to modify the file /etc/fstab (not mtab), since I get messages that the device is not listed there, but I don't understand how to (what is the device supposed to be called, "dev0" "dev1" etc is NOT common knowledge to a newbie).
I have a share on the NAS called ASPIRE, but the best would be if I could mount the root and go fr