(2017-02-02 16:41)Nickelino Wrote: @gammelobst
I tried to setup the NFS-option in Kodi and if i choose the server, it shows the directories, but I cannot open them. I think if it works, it will be a great solution to bypass the systemd-nfs-issue . Maybe I have to change the exports file from the Server, but this is another project....
I followed your suggestion to monitor the running processes and it works great.
Here is the current configuration:
- start session Openbox in lightdm.conf
- Openbox autostarts Kodi
- My Monitorinig script checks wether there are openbox-childprocesses, gnome-terminal-sessions and kodi-sessions. If no one of them is active, it starts kodi.
- crontab starts the script every 10 seconds in my case
Thanks for your help. I will test this config the next days.
EDIT: I saw that if Kodi is started by cron, the shutdown-options in kodi are missing. Maybe kodi needs in cron a parameter to show this options again?
sudo apt install libnfs8
should do the trick for you, took me a while to find that one too since everything in my house runs from nfs shares.