I could probably try to spell a Welsh Railway stationI don't understand what point you are making. I know about "_" which is why I have been using it, we are discussing this in the automount forum topic so that proves I am aware of the subject, and your Wiki link adds nothing further. Do you have a contribution to make to my current problem?
I notice you didn't post a link, presumably because your "example" is actually a non-example:Sunday 9:09am 10th March 2013, 5 days ago
I don't mind having a play. At least I now know not to spend more time in [ModSettings]. I appear to be on the bleeding edge with this, as nobody else has any ideas.As far as I can tell, the current package doesn't support that. It wouldn't be too hard to add though.
I notice you didn't post a link, presumably because your "example" is actually a non-example:
I regard it as improprietous to quote and remove the link to the quoted post (as I have noticed several times). It makes it difficult to refer back and check what was actually posted and whether it has been taken out of context, or even mis-quoted. The difference between .hmt and .htm is not just a spelling mistake, it is an error of fact - just as saying "the HDR-FOX has no DLNA server" would be (only one letter wrong, but totally incorrect).
Right, cracked it.I don't mind having a play.
[MyVideo] comment = My Video path = /media/My Video public = yes writable = yes browsable = yes create mask = 0644 directory mask = 0755 hide dot files = no
Success! I am really chuffed.my next step is to create an SMB mount of HDR1 on HDR3 (and to include any external drives in the mount).