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Old 07-03-2007, 08:43 AM   #1
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Can't mount nfs- or cifs-share rw in Debian

Server has /store exported for nfs and cifs, debian 3, about 2 years old.
Running Fedora 6 on client I can mount /store with cifs and it is writable.
However, running Debian 4 it is mounted read-only!
killbill2:~# mount -t cifs /mnt/Ready/ -o
The uid, gid, username and rw options have exactly no effect, removing them changes nothing.
Owner of mounted files is nobody:nogroup, writable only by owner and root.
I have tried numerous options and combinations, no effect.

Then I tried using nfs instead, but same thing plus I don't get right charset (I use iso8859-15).

I'm very puzzled as it works perfectly with Fedora, it has to be Debian that's doing something??


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