3. November 2017 at 15:08 #32281
I’m running max2play on RasPi 2b with brand new 16Go SD card Class 10
Writing the image, starting, configuring some basic features, everything works
But when I mount a NAS access, nothing works anymore.
/NAS/music on /mnt/music smb user=max2play,password=max2play
it looks fine and I see user connected on the NAS side.
but when I reboot, I saw an error for mounting /mnt/music
the RasPi goes to Maintenance mode without network and no service started
The only way I found to restart is rewriting the image on the SD card…
Is there a smart solution to restart the max2play, probably removing my mounting /NAS/music
but I don’t know where it is ?
Thanks for your help6. November 2017 at 12:50 #32304
Did you configure the mount of your NAS in our Filesystem/Mount menu? If so, you should be able to remove any mountpoints in there with a button.
The behaviour you described should not occur with a usual mount. Please check what files and folders are in your mountpoint and whether there might be some special rights or files in there.
Please also try mounting a share that only has a few simple files to rule out the possibility of the share’s contents as the source of error.25. November 2017 at 12:45 #32629
thank you for these suggestions but..
I have tested with an IP address instead of name
I have tested from another computer with same IP adresse/user/password without any issue
but still the same 🙁
after reboot the RaspPi starts in „emergency mode“ without IP connexion available, the only way to change something is plugin screen&keyboard…
The real issue is that I don’t know where is configured the mounting of external and the only way I know is to rewrite a new image on my SD card…
Can you help me to save time saying which file I have to delete or in which fil e I have to delete lines ?25. November 2017 at 20:14 #32634
okay I try to give you a short overview:
List current mounts: mount -l
Have a look into the automount configuration file fstab: cat /etc/fstab (you should find the M2P mount at the end of the output)
Add a comment sign # to the line and save it (use the command: sudo nano /etc/fstab to edit the file).
Afterwards reboot and try to mount the share manually to see if you get any errors.
sudo mount <last line of fstab>
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