I'm trying to mount an NFS share that stored on a Fedora machine to an Ubuntu machine. In my Fedora machine, I have the /etc/exports file setup as:
I run this command on the Ubuntu machine (as root):
mount -t nfs 192.168.0.3:/var/www/html /mnt/html
I can read the files just fine, but it won't let me have any write privileges. I think it has something to do with the permissions. The user:group is 500:500 and the permissions are all over the place.
How can I mount this share so that all of the non-root users on my Ubuntu machine can have read/write access? Doing it in the /etc/fstab would be preferred.
Thanks in advance!