Well, I did some testing and was able to set up a Ubuntu server that had the drive added and allowed me to FTP in to that drive, as well as SMB and allowed read and write. I think I figured out the issue.
I have one issue that I can not quite figure out. I can not Write to the disk I added with one of my VM's. That VM is an OS called NASLite-M2 x64.
Here is the funny thing. I have gone in to NASLite and set up the proper parameters and permissions for RW for the hard drives, but I am unable to...
I did find a command using the console that allows me to add the physical hard disk.
qm set <vmid> -ide# /dev/sdb
It came from this thread - "is there a way to make physical disks visible to VMs other than samba?"
How about Vancouver B.C.? Toronto (or "T-Oh" for slang) is nice, but there are plenty of professionals in Vancouver and all along the West Coast of the US that would and could come up easily ;)
That, and Vancouver is so much nicer than Toronto ;) ... we have mountains, deserts, Wine country...
I recently used ESXi, and had set up two VM's. One for Ubuntu Server 16 and one for a NAS program I have been using for a few years, called NASLite-M2 x64.
Previously I had only used my server as a NASLite box exclusively, and the hard disks have data on them I do not want to lose or...