I followed your youtube video exactly. and I have it all working (for the most part).
i have a raspberry pi with ubuntu server installed on and a qnap nas on the same network. i also have a web domain name all setup properly as well as a next cloud account that is accessible via the web domain name outside my local netowork.
what i cannot do is from within the next cloud app or next cloud web browser interface is create new folders or add files onto the qnap. its gives me errror 403, you dont have permission.
i am using a qnap nas drive. i can move files to the directories via terminal window from the PI. and they do show up in the next cloud browser and app. and i can view and download the files.
i just cant move anything into the qnap drive from the next cloud browser or NC app. it just errors and wont allow me to create a new folder.
I have all the permissions set in the qnap to allow the raspberry pi IP address access to NFS.
the other strange thing is when i try to mount the qnap folder directories in a terminal i get a error saying the folder doesn’t exist. i have the mount commands in the /etc/fstab file. So when I type “sudo mount -a” the qnap directories are mounted just fine and i can navigate through them and see files etc… in a terminal, this also makes them available to NC so they then will show up on NC browser and app
i have searched everywhere for a solution but im at the end of the internet at this point. and i dont have enough linux experience yet, so maybe im asking the wrong question, the wrong way? thanks for the help.