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Sharing database betwenn windows & mac
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Hello,

Wich is the best way to sharing a database between windows and mac systems?

Thanks in advance.
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#2
There are basically 2 options: using a MySQL database (which requires MySQL server) and UPnP (DLNA).

The 'best' way for non-technical people is to try the UPnP method first.
The 'best' way for others is MySQL in my opinion.
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(2017-09-06, 13:36)Klojum Wrote: There are basically 2 options: using a MySQL database (which requires MySQL server) and UPnP (DLNA).

The 'best' way for non-technical people is to try the UPnP method first.
The 'best' way for others is MySQL in my opinion.

Thanks for you answer.
Sorry I think I don`t explain correctly, I want to say in tinymediamanager app,not in kodi.

Thanks in advance.
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#4
You can store complete TMM folder on a network drive and start it from there.
Should be possible, when both access you movies in same way
But you can only connect with one application to the database at the same time, not parallel.
tinyMediaManager - THE media manager of your choice :)
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#5
thanks,

But only with same os?

Thanks in advance.
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#6
well, theoretically yes - but since we store the paths to the media files inside the database, that won't work with Windows <-> OSX
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(2017-09-10, 17:00)mlaggner Wrote: well, theoretically yes - but since we store the paths to the media files inside the database, that won't work with Windows <-> OSX

Is possible to get work in both systems (only one twice) in next versión, please?

Thanks in advance.
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