Hi all. First off, I am using an Odroid HC2 with OMV strictly for offsite PC back ups (using OpenVPN). I am migrating from Windows to Linux Mint and have moved all my data from Windows to OMV using one SMB/CIFS share, called MeteoraData. This worked fine. From within Linux, I can use Nautilus to access the share just like in Windows and see all files and directories.
But as I attempt to use rsync in Linux to push data to OMV, I appear to be accessing the file system on the SD card, not my share above. And I'll just say that I am not a Linux guru one bit, which will be clear in a moment...
The following example creates a folder "RsyncTest" somewhere OTHER than my shared folder above. I can see it if I SSH into OMV.
rsync -r -n -t -v --progress -s /home/zayden/Desktop/Source Zayden@10.10.10.20:RsyncTest
Could not chdir to home directory /home/Zayden: No such file or directory **I have not enabled home directories in OMV**
sending incremental file list
created directory meteoradata
How can rsync access the shared folder I created already? And if this is the wrong way to do it, what is the right way to use rsync to push data from a local Linux PC to remote OMV? I see rsync options within OMV, but that appears to be to push data elsewhere or pull data which I don't want to do. All I need is to mirror my folder structure, preferable to where I already spent 2 days migrating the bulk of it.