Originally Posted by jschiwal
Does this unit have a web interface? If so you may be able to enable nfs. It probably is preconfigured for only smb. Also check what filesystem is uses. If it is fat32 that could be your problem.
Also, if you want to use smb, see if you can mount a share using the "cifs" filesystem. It has better Linux file support. If the filesystem is a Linux type, using cifs you can even use the facls commands.
Do you have a link to their manual?
sorry for the late of reporting !
Its filesystems is ext3.
Yes it has a graphical interface where you can not change any permison of sharing,only creating share files... it has a way to hack it but I don't risk.Here is the link of hacking
here is the link of user manual :
here is the message shell command
mount -t cifs //192.168.1.4/public /tmp/andi
mount: fs type not supported by kernel
facl command not supported
your help will be precious