Linux network folders

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plainwrapp
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Linux network folders

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Hi, I have been using AfterShotPro2 and have installed AfterShot Pro3 trial - I am unable to access my photos across linux network, am I missing something? Only local folders are shown - thanks
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some info on distro and how you mount the network would be helpful.

e.g. i have mounted my NFS shares via /etc/fstab in /mnt/ and i have no problem using them in ASP.
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Post by kumsa »

I'm using NFS and can access the files on my Synology NAS with ASP3/Ubuntu.

- However, I haven't been able to complete a catalog import without a crash

For the NFS, I'm assuming your user mappings are correct, just connect to your NAS and check the /etc/exports file. The usernames may not be in sync on the client and the server.
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