I am not a UINX / NFS person at all, so if what I am trying to do is impossible please let me know.
Basically, I am trying to get around the fact that there is no easy way to move files around the N3200. Envariably I have been forced to do round trips from one folder, to a local workstation and back to the N3200. Can you say slooooowwwww
One idea I had was to create a shared folder on the N3200 and then link it back to itself through NFS to a sub directory on the N3200. That way I could use the USBCopy module to copy one shared folder to an external USB connected drive, and back to the the N3200 through the NFS connected shared folder which would be mapped to a subdirectory.
Trouble is I can't seem to figure out how to map NFS to a subdirectory on the N3200.
IMHO this isn't possible because you can't map a nfs folder with the n3200. There is no nfsclient which you need to map nfs. The device only have a nfs server.
The easiest way for you to move data around is using the usbcopy module to move data to usb drive and then again to move data to the new share.
As i understand, you wish to move files from one dir of a share to an other dir of the same share? I don't know usbcopy, but i think you can only select shares and no subdirs. So you can't even use usbcopy.
The fastest way is use ssh-dropbear / rootpsw, log on to the device and use unix mv command directly on the box. But if you don't know mv / unix i don't think this is a good way.
Perhaps there is someone who can write a module to mv files around, for example based on usbcopy?