Tto separate access to movies/shows, but I use MediaElch to manage all movies/shows on the NAS, so there are all files in (parents and kids).
Question is: is there a way how to update both libraries on RPi2 once I finish updating in the MediaElch? There is setting in the MediaElch, but it is some kind of general (or how to say it), it does not divide between accounts in OSMC.
So, is there a way/command which I can run via Putty on the RPi2?
It´s not about laziness to go to living room and run “library update on RPi2”, but about … I have to login as one account, update library, logout, login as second account and run library.
As this take like 20-30mins each… I would like to run both at once remotely.
osmc@:~$sudo apt-get install kodi-send
Reading package lists… Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information… Done
E: Unable to locate package kodi-send
edit: ohh it seems like it is already installed:
xbmc-send [OPTION] --action=ACTION
xbmc-send --host=192.168.0.1 --port=9777 --action=“XBMC.Quit”
-?, --help Will bring up this message
–host=HOST Choose what HOST to connect to (default=localhost)
–port=PORT Choose what PORT to connect to (default=9777)
–action=ACTION Sends an action to XBMC, this option can be added multiple times to create a macro