For Linux users to use Morro Cloud Storage via Gateway, just mount a CIFS share with the proper user credential.


Mount CIFS share with Linux command line. 


Example:

root@morro-lubuntu:/home/morro# USER=username PASSWD=yourpassword

mount.cifs //G-1/GlobalShare1 /mnt/test


In this example:

"G-1" is the Gateway (CacheDrive) name

"GlobalShare1" is the share name

"username" is your user name

"yourpassword" is the password for this user

 

Instead of using Gateway hostname, you can also use the IP address of the device.

Go to "Device" page in the management UI and click the drop-down on the selected Device to find the IP address info.


About your Morro Account and CacheDrive(Gateway)


Your Morro Gateway configuration info is available once you login to your Team Portal. Typically you land on the Team Portal as soon as you verify the Morro Account creation invite from your Admin and create your password. Here is an example of the Dashboard for a standard User:


Note that your Network Username is listed on the upper-right on the blue header bar. In the example below, the Network Username is "Jon". It's also know as your Morro User Account name.


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You can review the Team Info on the Team Information box, including the Team name, Team Portal, Admins, and the user Groups you belong to.

There are also a list of Gateways in your team, as well as the shares.

Gateways are listed by Gateway name and the comment/description. You can directly connect to Gateways on the same network.
zPqJqs3pAy-3icT4AbO1_YjXwlNB7kBRCQ.pngthis icon represents the Gateway on the same local network for you to connect and access (gatewayname: G-1)
O1qMtYzqQkrv3Ugl6KGKnQFQOD-BZbM3pQ.pngthis icon indicates it's on a remote office location and you can not connect to it directly.(gatewayname: SanFrancisco)
U8dTM1lG3Drvbkoyqrtl4gGmY6aek2Us-A.pngthe green dot indicates the "on-line" status of the Gateway(s).


The share list has all the Shares that you have access to including full read-write access permission and read-only permission.