I am hoping someone can help me, i am trying to get blue cherry to be able to write it's recordings to a NFS share however I keep getting the following error message when saving the config.
"Specified directory exists, but is not readable, please make sure that the server has permissions to access it by running these commands in the terminal:
To set permissions run: "sudo chmod 770 /mnt/cctv/recordings; sudo chown bluecherry:bluecherry -R /mnt/cctv/"."
Now i logged into the box hosting the bluecherry software with the bluecherry user which was created and confirmed the share is certainly readable and writeable by the bluecherry user.
It appears that the software client wants the ownership of the NFS share to be bluecherry which is something you cant change on the bluecherry box as its controlled by the NFS server and the bluecherry user is local to the box its running on.
Any suggestions would be welcomed, I really want to get this software working properly.
I have managed to get this recording to the nfs share however no amount of effort can get me to squash the complaint blue cherry makes about the share. Effectively as soon as the share is mounted the the user ownership changes from bluecherry:bluecherry the software complains.
This must be something inbuilt into the software to only check if it can see the user, not if it actually has rights.