I’m an absolute Linux greenhorn.
I’ve got the following setup:
Raspberry Pi2 with a DVB-C tuner and TVheadend
Freenas running on a PC
I am really happy with OSMC on my Raspberry an TVheadend runs smoothly. Streaming to other devices works without problems but:
I am not able to mount a share from my NAS in a way TVheadend is able/permitted to create and save files on it.
Yesterday I’ve spent couple of hours with tutorials on how to mount NFS and SMB shares but I could not get further than seeing the content of a folder.
I think that my problem is to understand the osmc file system and to define the right folder for recordings in TVheadend.
In all of the tutorials people define the recordings folder like /dev/myusb/… or something like that but if i log in to my raspberry through SSH as osmc I think that I don’t even have the possibility to see mounted devices.
If I type “dir” I can see empty folders named Video Music… and so on.
Therefore I think that my main problem is that i just see the user folder of osmc i guess?
How can i tell TVheadend to use a folder which I have created here. Should it be /osmc/recordings for example?
My second question would be how I can see the permissions of a mounted network share.
As mentioned I was able to mount a SMB share but I am not sure if I have write permissions.
My Windows computers are able to read, write and delete without a user name in this folder.
As you might see I don’t even know where to begin or what exactly my problem is