Map synology drive on mac

I've created two shared folders on NAS and I mapped them as drives in Windows - all machines see them and access them as regular disks, including XP running on the same laptop Mint is installed on, so I know physical connection work. But it is not listed under "Network" in Mint - it just shows Windows Network icon and the name of this laptop icon.

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No NAS drive. All I want is to see drives shares? Tried to "mount" NAS but get nowhere. What am I missing? Please ask me what do you need to know in order to guide me. Thanks in advance, Victor.

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Re: Mint It is not "mapped" mounted? Synology tutorials how this is done don't help - aside they they describe slighntly different NAS software, I seem to configure everything as they suggest, but they know only Synology side of things, not Mint Cinnamon side.

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You should now be able to see your files on the NAS. Having said that, I gave up on NFS, tried and failed to get it to mount via my fstab. Screenshot at You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post. It shows an icon under network labeled DiskStation File Sharing. From the Linux client it should find it automatically - as in out of the box. When you click on DiskStation File Sharing it will render to something like diskstation. The only thing you need on Mint is to have avahi running: Code: Select all sudo service avahi-daemon status.

I think this is installation of the Windows XP residing on a different partition of the same hard disk. The distro is Mint release Yes, Samba is already installed.

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I was not sure, so I issues the command as you cited and it told me - already there. So if I would see "Disk File sharing " icon as it shown in your reply, I'd be happy, but it's not there, that's the issue.

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What exactly did you do after installing Mint for the first time to get this icon visible? I have feeling something is not set right on the NAS side, but I can't tell. It runs DSM v4.

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Attached is what it looks like. I did search for "Samba" and the closest it could come up with was "SMB" which I guess is not the same thing. Digging deeper - appears like v 4.

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Synology just released their latest update for their network attached storage drives. After installing the Clound Sync application from the Synology drive's Package Center, create a new sync end-point. Synology makes setup fairly easy.

There is a one click option to select Google drive, then subsequently point the application at a folder on the Synology backup drive. During the initial sync the Synology drive will download all Google documents to the local folder. Authentication for the Google drive account takes place through the browser. In my testing I was able to point the Synology drive at two different Google Drive accounts for Syncing without any issues.

There's a global setting to determine what should happen if files are deleted from the Synology drive. The two options are either, delete the file from the remote sync location or to re-download to the Synology drive from the remote location. Once the syncing is set up, while changes appear to be recognized very quickly.

I added a 1. The upload still took a little while but no longer than a typical Google Drive upload.