Access TimeCapsule from Radxa Rock

Eventually you will want some more memory on your Radxa Rock than the integrated 8 GB NAND or the micro SD-Card. Here is how to tap the vast memory resources of a TimeCapsule.

Then test the fstab entry:

If it mounts correctly you are set. Else try mounting with verbose information:

Do not reboot until you verified that everything works correctly or you will be unable to boot (which is quite hard to recover if you boot from NAND).

If you need German umlaut support you can set the iocharset to utf8:

However this will fail on the most recent debian based rock images with:

mount error(79): Can not access a needed shared library
Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs)

because the nls_utf8.ko module is missing.