This is my first forum post so my apologies if it is not in the right section. I have a Western Digital My Book Live, and have been following the install instructions below to get a samba share up a running on my WD MBL.
I followed the install exactly and was able to get the samba client working. The problem is that I think it was created on sda2, because there is only 264MiB of available storage, even though my hard drive has 2.7 terabytes allocated to sda3.
Here we create a swap of 4Gb (4096MiB)
Since we have a partition of 8MiB that is the boot of uImage uboot and the rootfs of 256MiB
then we start from 264MiB and 4096MiB + 264MiB are 4360Mib ....
I think there may be a problem with fstab and the mount point /mnt/Data because the samba drive is mounted to that point, but it somehow still is referencing the sda2 instead of sda3.
uci set fstab.@global.check_fs='1' # This will run a fsck (like chkdsk) at startup
uci add fstab mount
uci set fstab.@mount[-1].target='/mnt/Data'
uci set fstab.@mount[-1].device='/dev/sda4'
#uci get fstab.@mount[-1].uuid # will have a value like this: 'd5d107df-316d-4007-8727-XXXXXXXXXXX', do not modify it!
uci set fstab.@mount[-1].enabled='1'
uci set fstab.@mount[-1].enabled_fsck='1'
uci set fstab.@mount[-1].options='rw,sync,noatime,nodiratime'
But I have no idea how to troubleshoot from here. I think there is just a big picture idea thing i am not understanding as I am new to linux.