Using NFS to Share Data Between UNIX and Mac OS X
Joined Aug 16, Messages 9, Thanks 3, Is there a reason you're using NFS? Because as I understand it, there is no concept of a login with NFS, where you can log in as one user or another with different permissions. I think you'd be better off using CIFS instead. Only that it is faster, and it will work well with my android, linux and OSX units once everything is set up, and that the windows system is less desirable.
I read somewere some stuff about the differences and advantages. But, there must be some sort of login as well, because if i use for instance an app on my phone to browse to the NFS share, I have to give up a user name and password And it works well there to acces it.
I think that there is something like that if you match your user names etc with server and client it will just connect. The matter of setting this up is probably gonna require a steep learning curve, but thats what makes it interesting What i really need help with for now is to figure out why the fudge!!
OSX suddenly have removed the option to choose what user I want to log in to the share with, and also why it is not visible to OSX in the network any more. And of course the faster troughput is a nice bonus.
Joined Dec 3, Messages 1, Thanks If I had to guess, I would say you accidental or unknowingly saved the password to your OS X keychain and so that is why it doesn't prompt you anymor to login. Read here about how to access the keychain in OS X and once your find it, delete it and try connecting again.
I'm not sure why you believe that "the windows system is less desirable".
Mounting an NFS share from OS X
It's pretty well supported, across a wide variety of platforms certainly including Linux and Mac OSX; I can't directly speak to Android. It's very widely used, which means you're more likely to be able to get help for it. I'm sorry I don't have a direct answer to your question, and I'm not really trying to talk you out of using NFS, but the reasons you give for using it don't seem to make sense to me.
Well, thanks for your input. Joined Nov 6, Messages 5, Thanks Not sure where you got that idea. You keep calling them shares and 'seeing' them. It really sounds like you are using cifs not nfs. Can you post screenshots of what you configured on Freenas? Can you post your hardware and freenas version please.
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Product Name: Because of its deep roots among UNIX platforms, it is still used in a number of situations today. The most outstanding difference is that NFS does not support user logins. When you try to connect to Windows or Apple services without a valid Kerberos ticket, the first thing you do is identify yourself with a user name and password. In the absence of a Kerberos ticket, NFS does not give access to users; it gives access to computers.
More accurately, it gives access to particular IP addresses.
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This means that two users can safely edit the same file concurrently, as long as they are not editing the same section of the file. If two users attempt to modify the same section of a file, one is locked out in read-only mode until the other is done saving changes. Mac OS X Server v For example: If you still have permission issues, they might be caused by local folder permissions that might restrict access to owner, group and others. Create a new shared folder with more open permissions.
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