I have a problem with a embedded Linux device that is mounting its root filesystem over NFS.
But for different reason the embedded device is a single user device running as root (and later it will not even have a network connection).
On the pc I would like that my normal user own all the files, so I can modify them with out being root (or using sudo) all the time.
But right now as soon as the client create a new file on the nfs mount the user id is set to root and I get a problem on the server.
So my question is if there is a flag I can set in the /etc/export solves this problem? So that when the client creates a file, the uid on the server is not root but that of the user (maybe 500 or 1000).
This is my current /etc/export on the server