OpenELEC Testbuilds for RaspberryPi Part 2
(2014-04-02, 20:01)wizzard72 Wrote: I can manually mount the NFS shares on the command prompt, I can access the files. So it's more a XBMC problem than an OpenELEC problem?

Also seeing this behaviour.
nfs shares mounted by autostart.sh
Code:
#!/bin/sh
n=1

server=192.168.1.60
shares="DVDs TVShows MyTVShows Test_Videos"
# can be nfs for nfs or cifs for samba or windows shares
type=nfs

until ping -w 1 -c 1 "$server" &>/dev/null ;do
   sleep 1
   n=$(( n+1 ))
   [ $n -eq 30 ] && break
done
for share in $shares ;do
   [ -d /media/$share ] || mkdir -p /media/$share
   if [ $type == cifs ];then
     mount -t $type //$server/$share /media/$share
   elif [ $type == nfs ];then
     mount -t $type $server:/$share /media/$share -o nolock
   fi
done
or from ssh
Code:
mount -t nfs \192.168.1.60:/DVDs /media/DVDs -o nolock"

both work fine. however using the XBMC add source > NFS > 192.168.1.60 >
I can see the nfs directories (DVD's TVShows MyTVShows Test_Videos) however i cannot see any contents
this is using a hanewin nfs server in windows 8 x64


Messages In This Thread
RE: OpenELEC Testbuilds for RaspberryPi Part 2 - by bagofcrap24 - 2014-04-02, 20:53
AW: RE: - by DieterLumpen - 2013-07-29, 20:50
include guires switch? - by hpbaxxter - 2013-08-01, 21:46
RE: dual audio?? - by pootler - 2013-08-03, 17:13
Help, watch 3D Film on Non 3D TV - by unix72 - 2013-08-09, 12:39
Remote Controllers - by tfft - 2013-08-14, 09:11
rbej repeatable crash - by RichG - 2013-08-19, 12:43
New Tester - by theneverstill - 2013-10-03, 17:16