I wasn't sure if I had to ask this question on a Linux Exchange or on the Android one, but since folder sharing is working fine on the Linux that are running on my computer, I thought that it is an Android side issue. I am trying to share a folder between two Linux Deploy environments. I have tried to install
nfs-kernel-server however I am having an error showing that the kernel does not support nfs. When I am using
uname -a the kernel that Ubuntu prints is the Android's one so I guess that the Android kernel does not support the nfs module. I have, also, tried using Samba. The server side was set up successfully. When I am trying to mount the shared folder using
mount -t cifs //192.168.1.5/mirror /mirror, I am facing a mount error
cifs filesystem not supported by the system. After some googling I found out that using
modprobe cifs could resolve the issue however the module cifs does not exist on the Android kernel. It seems that the issue in both cases the issue seems to be the Android kernel, is there any way to add
cifs support to the Android kernel? If that's not possible how could I share a folder between two Linux Deploy environments?