Running the 15-08 nightly on a pi4 and having problems mounting my NAS over CIFS.
I tried following https://www.lakka.tv/doc/serving-roms-from-a-nas/ but that does not work, it seems that the instructions need some updates regarding the need for the vers= setting at a minimum (and possibly also the noserverino setting which seems like it is needed on arm devices with retroarch.
In any case, the mounts fail, this is what systemctl says failed after adding the options:
● storage-roms-nas.mount - cifs mount script Loaded: loaded (/storage/.config/system.d/storage-roms-nas.mount; enabled; vendor preset: disabled) Active: failed (Result: exit-code) since Wed 2019-07-24 13:01:36 UTC; 3 weeks 2 days ago Where: /storage/roms/nas What: //192.168.1.110/Media_Kids/Games Process: 482 ExecMount=/usr/bin/mount //192.168.1.110/Media_Kids/Games /storage/roms/nas -t cifs -o guest,ro,vers=3.0,noserverino (code=exited, status=255) Jul 24 13:01:36 Lakka systemd: Mounting cifs mount script... Jul 24 13:01:36 Lakka systemd: storage-roms-nas.mount: Mount process exited, code=exited status=255 Jul 24 13:01:36 Lakka systemd: Failed to mount cifs mount script. Jul 24 13:01:36 Lakka systemd: storage-roms-nas.mount: Unit entered failed state.
Obviously not very useful. And no errors in syslog either.
Trying to mount it manually also does not work
Lakka:~ # /usr/bin/mount -t cifs //nas/Media_Kids/Games /storage/roms/nas -o guest,ro,vers=3.0,noserverino mount: mounting //nas/Media_Kids/Games on /storage/roms/nas failed: Invalid argument
The system can resolve ‘nas’ fine, and replacing it with the IP gives the same error. Looking around however, I noticed mount.cifs is missing, and I am starting to suspect this may be the problem.
smbclient works fine.
Lakka:~ # smbclient //nas/Media_Kids Enter WORKGROUP\root's password: smb: \> ls . D 0 Sat Sep 22 16:45:16 2018 .. D 0 Mon Sep 21 13:49:29 2015 Games D 0 Fri Mar 22 11:47:54 2019 Videos D 0 Sat May 21 17:56:36 2016 Music D 0 Sun Sep 24 15:58:18 2017 Books D 0 Sat Sep 22 17:01:39 2018 6822611264 blocks of size 1024. 2309165340 blocks available smb: \> q