Originally Posted by ArneAC
I am getting 'failed invalid argument' ;(
Trying since quite a while now but won't work. Any more hints?
I'm getting the same invalid argument. It is not a typo, but I don't know what the cause of the problem is.
in busybox, my commands are:
mount -t nfs 192.168.1.1:/DataVolume/Public ~/Downloads/temp/
adding or removing the various options such as "-o nolock,ro,hard,intr,vers=3"
does not make a difference.
It is not a problem with the local mount point -- that error is "no such file or directory".
This error is "failed: invalid argument" -- even with no arguments other than "-t nfs".
lsmod shows the modules loaded:
nfs 104232 0 - Live 0xbf036000
lockd 42336 1 nfs, Live 0xbf028000
sunrpc 150792 3 nfs,lockd, Live 0xbf000000
Can anyone help? Thanks.
P.S. I'm testing with NFS v3, but my ultimate goal is to connect to an NFSv4 server. Does busybox support NFSv4 mounts?
: it looks like this error "invalid argument" may be due to a conflict between versions of busybox and linux.
Found this here
This is how I interpret it.
kernel is newer - recompile mount command (i.e. busybox etc)
Make sure that it uses the headers from the kernel it will run with.
My linux is 3.0.8-GLaDOS-V1-15
My busybox is 1.19.3-Stericson
Any idea how to proceed?