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i'm trying to automagically mount an NFS volume on my busybox mediaplayer. Linux Iomega 188.8.131.52-VENUS #13 Fri Apr 17 11:42:30 CST 2009 mips unknown i'm able to put the following ...
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automount nfs partition on busybox 1.1.3
Linux Iomega 184.108.40.206-VENUS #13 Fri Apr 17 11:42:30 CST 2009 mips unknown
i'm able to put the following in my /etc/fstab which almost works:
ip:/home/cromag/folder /mnt/folder nfs nolock 0 0
if this is in my fstab it takes the box quite some time to boot, like 7 minutes.
If i boot without, it will reboot in 20 seconds. Something IS happening.
IF i have it in fstab, it doesnt mount at first.
I need to do mount -a for it to mount it.
I can mount it fine with a normal mount command.
Is there anyway i can auto mount this volume.
I've tried fstab, and tried /etc/init.d/rcS1:
/bin/busybox mount ip:/home/cromag/folder /mnt/folder
i might be missing something needed here.
Any hints ?
At this point im most likely not able to update either busybox or system.