Thanks. How would I do that?ShiftPlusOne wrote:Try removing the volumealsa plugin from the panel and restarting the panel.
How do I uninstall the Chromium that was installed with this guide?I'll uninstall your Chromium and try the official one, then see if the sync issue is resolved.
Yes I forgot to put the name of the share as stated by JimmyN. It should work if you add that. Also you can wait for the network to be ready during boot by selecting the appropriate setting in raspi-config.JimmyN wrote:@rubikwizard left out the "Public", I think that's why it failed, no source share name
This works really well, and worth a try.I noted that in the recent Raspbian Jessie image, the rasp-config utility has the option to have the Pi boot process wait for network.