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I've shared some directories on my Ubuntu (Drake) server via NFS. The particular line in /etc/exports is: Code: /data/hdb/Music 192.168.0.0/255.255.255.0 When mounting these on my SuSE machine I get no ...
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    Ubunt/NFS Permissions Issue


    I've shared some directories on my Ubuntu (Drake) server via NFS. The particular line in /etc/exports is:

    Code:
    /data/hdb/Music 192.168.0.0/255.255.255.0
    When mounting these on my SuSE machine I get no errors (as far as I can see), however, when I try to 'cd' or 'ls' these directories I get 'Permission Denied' errors. Here's a line from my /etc/fstab:

    Code:
    192.168.0.4:/data/hdb/Music     /mnt/music      nfs     defaults 0 0
    Ubuntu's syslog claims 'authenticated mount request' so all seems well. Any ideas?
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    Doh! Nevermind. The drive had been mounted in Ubuntu with 'umask=007'. I've switched this to 'umask=002' and I can now read from it.
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