I read a lot a subjects on the forum(especially: dillthedog wrap-up), but apparently I am missing something which makes it not running so I’m sorry to bother everyone again with this subject…
- Vero 4K with OSMC 2017.07-1 running Kode 17.3
- Synology DS1515+ running DSM 6.1.3-15152 Update 3
I just received the Vero4K and I am trying to configure it to connect to the synology shares to access Movies…
I succeed on getting the Vero4K to detect automatically the synology, he finds the shares but I am not able to “enter it”
I read a lot a subjects on the forum, but apparently I am missing something which makes it not running so I’m sorry to bother everyone again with this subject…
A bit of context:
The share is this one on the synology: /volume1/Films. This share is already daily accessed by an AppleTVv2 without any problems.
With the Vero, I detect the “/volume1/Films” but it won’t go further.
The share looks like this
/volume1/Films$ ls -l
drwxrwsrwx 3 guillain users 12288 May 17 2016 DivxsAnglais
drwxrwsrwx 11 guillain users 69632 Aug 20 09:44 DivxsFrancais
drwxrwsrwx 11 guillain users 20480 Jul 11 06:34 Documentaires
The movies are in the subfolders.
I base my tests according to this tutorial:
1/ Step 1:
Control Panel -> File Services
Enable NFS (v4 support not enabled)
Advanced:Settings: Apply default Unix permissions.
==> This is OK, not very complicated…
2/ I open “NFS Permissions” of the Share Folder “Films”
I set the following parameters:
- Hostname or IP*: 192.168.1.*
- Privilege: “Read only”
- Squash: “No mapping” (I tried other option but with no success…)
- Security: “sys”
- “Enable asynchronous” is ACTIVATED
- "Allow connections from non-privileged ports (ports higher than 1024) is ACTIVATED
- “Allow users to access mounted subfolders” is ACTIVATED
3/ I remotely connect to the synology through SSH:
uid=1024(admin) gid=100(users) groups=100(users),101(administrators)
uid=1025(guest) gid=100(users) groups=100(users)
uid=1027(UserAppleTV) gid=100(users) groups=100(users)
uid=1026(guillain) gid=100(users) groups=100(users),101(administrators)
Then, since I could not navigate in the NFS share, I tried on the possibilities shown by dillthedog (Using NFS with Synology)
I did try a lot with uid=1025 & uid=1026 with no luck.
I tried twice with uid=1026 with no luck but maybe I didn’t choose the correct line…
Both user “admin” & “guest” are active and both have access to the share folder at least in read-only.
The AppleTV connects to the share with the user “UserAppleTV” without any problems.
When I finish doing the modification in vi of /etc/exports, I run “sudo exportfs -a”, check that is appears in “sudo exportfs”.
I do not reboot the Synology.
I do not reboot the Vero 4K, I just relaunch the procedure to add a new source…
If you need more info, please don’t hesitate to ask…
Could someone help me out in order for me to understand what I am doing wrong?
Thank you in advance