AlexWerz Posted February 17 Share Posted February 17 Hi! Usually I am mounting a share to Windows with SMB, which works fine. But now i have a special case. I need to mount a share to a Raspberry Pi and need support for file ownership, symlinks and read/write support. I tried to use SMB but it seems like the unix extensions are disable and I am not able to activate them for only one share. I have also tried NFS but with no luck. So my question is: What is the best way to mount a share (or parts of a share) to another Linux machine? NFS / SMB or something totally different? Quote Link to comment
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