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Using network-shares-automount with seriesfiler

Discussion in 'HD/HDR-FOX T2 Customised Firmware' started by RedEarth, Aug 13, 2012.

  1. RedEarth

    RedEarth Member

    Has anyone tried using seriesfiler to automatically move recordings to a network share mounted using the automount package? I've been experimenting with this because the Raspberry Pi can play HiDef recordings from the Humax but I don't want to have to switch the Humax on in order to watch stuff I've recorded, so I'm going to try filing the recordings to a share on the NAS, which the Pi can then access. I'll try and report what I find on here, but I'd be interested to hear if anyone else has tried it already, are there any nasties to watch out for?
     
  2. Black Hole

    Black Hole Felinos Guru

    In order to do that I think you will have to mount the NAS within the My Video file system instead of as a virtual USB drive (there is an option for this in the auto-mount settings).

    This leads to a potential problem though, in that any process which searches the My Video tree will also walk the NAS - including the DNLA indexer, and you can't turn that off (content sharing) if you are auto-decrypting.
     
  3. RedEarth

    RedEarth Member

    OK, thanks for the tip, I'll keep an eye on the count of items indexed by DLNA.
     
  4. RedEarth

    RedEarth Member

    Just checked the RS portal, it has also found the mount for the NAS share and listed its contents. I'm quite glad I set up a separate share on the NAS for this rather than using the main one containing my entire music and photo collections!!!