I’ve posted all over the place (I believe including in this forum) about the hassle of NFS with RPi - it has some serious issues that causes severe slowdowns. Linux since 2004, I’ve been around, I’ve tested for tens of hours on various configurations, ultimately NFS never had the performance that Samba has.
As for samba user, what difference does that make? I can’t play it locally on the Raspberri Pi itself when User1 is a user on the RPi, Group1 is a group on the Rpi, users OSMC, user1, and user2, are all members of Group1, and content is owned by User1, Group1, with permissions as 770.
I’m not sure why my clients’ samba setups would matter given these facts.
I wish I could figure out how to reply quoted Anyways.
(1) Fair - thanks. I get amazing speeds over samba so…no interest in changes.
(2) Yes, I can’t play locally until I set things to 777 which is unfortunate
(3) Yes, these are not samba users, I ssh’ed into the RPi (local OSMC machine) and created these users/groups locally