I’ve a problem with bringing up my nfs shares on a fresh installed void.
The system is an old ThinkPad R500, I want to use as HTPC with kodi.
Wlan is deactivated by bios, I only use cabled lan.
In my /etc/fstab I’ve the following entry:
wdnas.unix.pc://daten/nutzer/share/htpc /wdnas nfs rw,_netdev 0 0
_netdev does not help, I can mount nfs share after starting lxqt with
mount -a but it would be nice to bring nfs shares up during boot.
Changing dhcp to static is no option. All machines in local network get mac related IP by dhcp server in my avm fritzbox, our FreeBSD server, our FreeBSD Desktop systems and also debian based Server for Multimedia stuff wdnas.
Yes, a manual
mount -a after starting system is a possibility for me, but when my wife starts HTPC system it just should be ready-to-use.
This is not a problem because of a systemfree-os: On same machine a FreeBSD starts nfs aftter bringing up network.
Apart from that Void is a nice distribution, I also want to replace systemd based Debian on our printserver by Void Linux.