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Old Jun 20, 2012, 09:32 AM   #1
ratmice
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Problem With NFS mountpoints

I just upgraded 1 machine (MacBookPro) to Lion. I am trying to set up NFS mounts of my mediaserver (UnRAID). In OS 6 my mountpoints were:

nfs://<Server IP>/mnt/user/Audio ---> Network/UnRAID/Audio
nfs://<Server IP>/mnt/user/Video ---> Network/UnRAID/Video

These would both show up in the sidebar under UnRAID, and clicking on UnRAID would then show all mounted folders.

On Lion (10.7.4) those exact entries into Disk Utiltiy -> NFS Mounts, do not show up at all. Removing the /UnRAID subfolder of the mountpoint does get them to show up under the 'All...' sidebar item, but individually, not under one entry for the server. This is also true if you use /Volumes as the mountpoint.

Is there some way to get them to show up, collected by server, in the sidebar?

Last edited by ratmice; Jun 20, 2012 at 09:34 AM. Reason: typos
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