I currently have some Vero 4k boxes that play media from a networked drive.
My network drive is an old ish Banana Pi board with my HDD attached via sata.
Being bored, and wanting to update things, I’ve now got myself a Raspberry Pi 4, and I’m going to attach my hdd to it via USB3, and make it my new networked drive.
For obvious reasons I’m wanting it to be that once I’ve swapped them all over, the Vero’s won’t notice the difference and will continue functioning as normal, and my media library won’t be affected.
So with that in mind, what files do I have to copy from the Banana Pi to the Raspberry Pi?
My initial presumptions are that I should copy the fstab file so that the drive is mounted in the same place? Changing the UUID of the drive as required, if it is different on the RPi.
I presume also that in the SMB.conf file I should copy the same info regarding the drive’s sharing?
If all that’s correct, that should cover the mounting of the drive so it is seen in the same place, but what about the actual library?
what files do I copy across so that it has the osmc library?
Thanks in advance!