I just recently installed Fedora Silverblue (from the iso I downloaded off the teamsilverblue.org website), everything is updated, and I layered a minimal of tools for the time being.
The issue that I have is I’m unable to have my NFS shares mounted off my NAS server on boot, no matter how I try to. Once fully booted, I can manually mount -a and everything shows up if I booted without the mounts in my /etc/fstab and re-introduced them in the fstab and issuing a mount -a.
I tried both with .mount unit files and _netdev options entries on my /etc/fstab without any success.
When I try to boot with them I get kicked un emergency shell with the error that the Network isn’t available even when I use _netdev.
I really want to use Silverblue, but right now, that’s my one major show stopper.
For reference, I tried this in my /etc/fstab:
serenity:/volume1/git /mnt/serenity/git nfs _netdev,rw 0 0
And also with the following unit file:
[root@sulaco ~]# cat /etc/systemd/system/mnt-serenity-video.mount [Unit] Description=video on Serenity After=network.target [Mount] What=serenity:/volume1/video Where=/mnt/serenity/video Type=nfs Options=_netdev,auto [Install] WantedBy=multi-user.target [root@sulaco ~]#