I'm trying to mount a drive from Linux on my macOS El Capitan laptop. I try a command like this:
sudo mount -o rw -t nfs nfs.subdomain.employer.com:/ifs/home/username /private/workspace/
echo "hello" > test.txt
-bash: test.txt: Permission denied
username (the text, not the uid) is the same on my laptop as it is on the server (controlled by my employer). Unfortunately, while I can read files, I'm not getting write access. A colleague of mine said he tried that command from linux as my account and said it worked, but he doesn't know much about macs.