Kodi DSPlayer – DirectShow Player for Windows
(2016-03-17, 22:07)Warner306 Wrote:
(2016-03-17, 14:33)ferodo01 Wrote:
(2016-03-14, 17:12)djoole Wrote: Anybody having problem accessing his NAS via SMB?
Sometimes, often after watching an episode or a film (located in the SMB share), when I want to launch another one, i get a YES/NO dialog like "the video is not here anymore, do you want to remove it from library"
When I go see system statistics (skin dependant i think), network is shown as "not connected", without IP adress etc.
And after a while network is up again..
During this problems, Kodi is the only one not seeing the network (ie SMB share is OK from file explorer)

I had the same issue with Jarvis 16.1 + DSplayer, and had to return to Jarvis 16 Beta 1 (November 15 release), which is very stable. Issue seems to be gone since then.

DSPlayer hasn't been changed since Beta 1, so that seems unlikely. Wanilton has simply been syncing from the Jarvis branch. This would include any change that does not have to do with DSPlayer. So the player behaviour could not have changed.

Yes, I had another instance of loosing SMB network just yesterday on Nov 15 release. But I figured out the following. If I map a network drive on one of the NAS folders, and then locate in inside Kodi as a Video source, it won't be lost, even if the other sources are lost!! So it worked for me, at least for now. Just map a network drive in Windows for one of the NAS folders, or all of them where you store your content, and then find it inside Kodi. It should work.

Messages In This Thread
Lockup on STOP issue resolved! - by MKANET - 2015-04-11, 21:59
RE: 4G aware patch - by MagikMark - 2015-09-08, 03:27
Alt-F4 no longer quits - by JeffA - 2015-10-31, 20:38
RE: Kodi DSPlayer – DirectShow Player for Windows - by ferodo01 - 2016-03-18, 06:27