Cannot Add Sources in Crystalbuntu

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Hudson_Hawk04 Offline
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Hey all I am having a bit of trouble...I will post here and on the crystalbuntu forums, the problem is that I cannot add sources to the machine at all. When I try to add via SMB share I get an error 2 and when I try to add via network source and set the it up using the ip address of the machine that has my media it times out. I will see if I can get a log posted here in a bit, hopefully that will help clarify the problem.

Right now the only static ip I have set up on my machine is the one that stores the media.
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(This post was last modified: 2012-05-14 02:33 by Hudson_Hawk04.)
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Mattywinter Offline
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Hey there, I'm having exactly the same problem. I'm wondering if you found a solution?
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jnk5y Offline
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When connected through ethernet I had no problems adding my smb share. When I switched to wireless I got the problem above. I then typed in the location of my smb share smb://servername/folder and it did find it and it worked. So either connect by ethernet or type it out.
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Have you tried mounting them outside of XBMC? I usually do that, and then add them as local sources from within the XBMC gui.
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Sam.Nazarko Offline
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Always add shares by IP. Saves resolution time as well
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