I am having the same problem. Here is my setup.
FOG Server is installed on a Ubuntu Server 10.04 with the current version 0.32.
the NFS Server is currently a FreeNAS version FreeBSD 8.2-RELEASE-p1.
I can mount the NFS Share and access it on the FOG Server using Webmin and create / modify /delete files and folders.
I have also successful followed the instructions
[B]Change NFS location[/B] ([url]http://www.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php?title=Change_NFS_location[/url])
with the exception of the step 2 exportfs -a, because when I SSH into the FreeNAS Server and run it, it says “unknown command”.
But what my basic fundamental question is on what Maproot User, Maproot Group, Mapall User, Mapall Group on the FreeNAS NFS share I have to select, because this I think is the problem in not getting the NFS share mounted when booting the client for uploading or downloading an image from the NFS share on a separate NFS Server.
The configure of the new image location works so far that I can see at the dashboard the correct Freespace size of the NFS Share.
The exports file on the freenas has following entry.
/mnt/Library -alldirs -network 192.168.111.32/27
which does not look the same as in the instruction [B]Change NFS location[/B], but it is forbidden to change the exports file manually on the FreeNAS.
I will keep looking and keep you posted.