problem mounting nas
#1
hi, i'm running kodi on a chromebox and am trying to mount my nas using autostart.ch. I'm having problems so thought I would try at first to mount from ssh. when I run
mount -t cifs -o username=user, rw //192.168.0.x/media storage/videos
i'm getting a remote system error - no such file or directory. I guess that there isn't a folder called storage/videos to mount...any ideas where i should mount it instead please?
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#2
(2014-12-17, 00:15)emitecaps Wrote: hi, i'm running kodi on a chromebox and am trying to mount my nas using autostart.ch. I'm having problems so thought I would try at first to mount from ssh. when I run
mount -t cifs -o username=user, rw //192.168.0.x/media storage/videos
i'm getting a remote system error - no such file or directory. I guess that there isn't a folder called storage/videos to mount...any ideas where i should mount it instead please?

x needs to be a number Blush
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#3
Thanks, not sure why I added x instead of the number but rest assured I'm using a number and in the ip address
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#4
Create the /storage/videos directory then.
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#5
(2014-12-17, 11:22)emitecaps Wrote: Thanks, not sure why I added x instead of the number but rest assured I'm using a number and in the ip address

Well, how about the missing slash? Between media and storage. Or, your double slash in the beginning of the path.

Or

Are you expecting autostart.ch to do it for you? How is this file run as? I dont typically see extensions .ch

More information please.
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#6
All sorted now - missing slash was the issue. Thanks for your help!
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