Since I’ve used pinn-lite to dual boot between OSMC and Recalbox, VIDEOS has more than the 2 NAS shares I’ve added manually, namely
which I don’t want to see there. How can I delete them from this list? I’m not using the library and they are not written in the sources.xml. Using the context menu only yields “safely remove”. Any ideas?
Right, I’m using my TV’s remote via CEC which translates only very few buttons to use in Kodi, none of which is bringing up a menu. According to this, all I have to do is right-clicking on the mouse or pressing c on the keyboard to get the contextual menu. When I do either of this, however, I get a menu swooshing in from the left side (barely readable in German cause the words are too long) with these items:
Add to favourites
When I remove them safely, they’re back after a reboot. Shouldn’t they be listed in any of the xml files in the .Kodi folder so I could permanently remove them there?
I’ve uploaded the logs to the osmc pastebin. Apparently those dirs are automounted during boot, e.g. Successfully automounted /dev/mmcblk0p5 at /media/SETTINGS. Contrary to the two sources I’d added via the GUI (that show up in sources.xml), a right-click on those does not have Edit Source/Remove source in its context-menu.