How do I mount a network drive?
- Select a drive letter from the Drive drop-down.
- Enter the path of the folder (e.g., Phoenix [EFS] drive).
- Click Finish.
How do I mount a network drive in Ubuntu?
- Step 1: Install the CIFS Utils pkg. sudo apt-get install cifs-utils.
- Step 2: Create a mount point. sudo mkdir /mnt/local_share.
- Step 3: Mount the volume. sudo mount -t cifs //<vpsa_ip_address>/<export_share> /mnt/<local_share> You can get the vpsa_ip_address/export_share from your VPSA GUI.
How do you mount a Windows network drive in Linux? The safest way to mount Windows-shared folders on Linux is to use the CIFS-utils package and mount the folder using the Linux terminal. This allows Linux machines to access SMB file shares used by Windows PCs. Once installed, you can then mount your Windows share folder from the Linux terminal.
How do I mount a NAS folder in Linux?
- Access the management page of the BlackArmor. Get the IP address from the LCD of your BlackArmor. Open a web browser and enter the IP.
- Ensure the share you want to access is setup for NFS. Go to the Network section and then to Shares.
- Setup the NFS Service.