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Old 08-17-2007, 11:16 PM
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Originally Posted by dnanian View Post
If you mount with SMB instead (use Cmd+k in Finder, then enter smb://the-drive), that should help, given that the drive is ext3.

1) My Mount was -- "cifs://WORKGROUP;STEVE@250/NETHDD"

2) So I made a new mount --


The disk mounted fine.

3) I'm assuming smb can move >4GB files. Correct?

4) When I try to select a folder I previously created on the NAS, SD failed. Am I correct that the Image File must be written to the root of the NAS and not into a Folder?

5) If you ever update the manual it might be nice to make it clear what the ERASE TARGET does when writing to a NAS. Since one picks the NAS one worries that the NAS would be erased. Also, a comment that if no Image file exists, the erase does nothing.

6) You said to erase the Image File. Does that mean SD would not have done so?

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