Originally Posted by bigrigdriver
Thank you bigrigdriver, I have checked that thread, but where do I go from there?
I have entered:
yum clean all
yum install samba samba-common
Then, when I go to file manager, I can look in Network, Browse Net and see Windows Network. But when I click on that I get:
Unable to mount location
Failed to retrieve share list from server
I can start Firefox and log onto the NAS box with the name & password I set up for the laptop but this just gives me the Account info I'd set up. How do I get to my data files on the NAS?
I have read the Wiki re Mount but it is not clear to me how to use it.
Does it matter what name I give to the drive I want to mount?
I can't mount nasbox without, presumably, identifying nasbox in the fstab folder.
There is a reference to a folder called etc\fstab but I have looked in the File System folder and found etc but there is no such folder as fstab listed within it. I have looked in Desktop Help and can't even see an explanation/option on creating a new folder called fstab.
And if I could, I wouldn't know how to define my "nasbox" entry.
Ah. I now find that fstab is a file NOT a folder.
I've looked inside it but I'm still no wiser on how to define my nasbox.
Any suggestions .... anyone?