Okay. This could get complicated! and you'll need to test out various options.tushma wrote:Sorry. I dont use mount command. I do it all trough squeezeplug interface. First it ask IP adress of server, then path (raid/share/music-or something like that), then server username and password. I know how to connect using Putty, but i dont know any mount command.
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sudo mount -t cifs //yournasipaddress/share /MUSIC -o username=yourusername,password=yourpassword,ro,noatime,sec=ntlmv2
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sudo mount -t cifs //yournasipaddress/share/Music /MUSIC -o username=yourusername,password=yourpassword,ro,noatime,sec=ntlmv2
Okay - remember this is all testing until we can be certain the Pi sees the NAS.tushma wrote:I tried. Nothing. After first line command it shows something like mount instructions, and possibilities "one can mount this and that, one can share"....an so on. At the end says something like look at the "man 8 mount". But no error. After second command user,password, it shows nothing. But again, no error. I looked at LMS web browser, there is new directory MUSIC, but no files and music.
Okay. Sorry we couldn't get it working.tushma wrote:Works not. I quit. Thnx on your pations and time! I will stick with Raspbmc (for now) wich automaticaly recognize my NAS. Thnx again, you ve been very helpfull!!!
I got it working. I still have some older PIs so I put the SSD in one of my plain B models, booted it up and ran rpi-update. After that I put it back in my B+ and everything seems to be good.noxid8 wrote:Ok, thanks. Plans and timeline to get it integrated into SqueezePlug?