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tux1980
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Hi,

I prefer with the Next-Gen Kodi Add.On Native Access via NFS. But that, apparently does not work the way I imagined. SMB is working just fine without any problems but I really prefer NFS due to performance and Security. As said, putting in a SMB path in the "Optional Shared network Folder" is no problem.

Does EMBY support NFS at all?

Thanks!

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quickmic
7 hours ago, tux1980 said:

Hi,

I prefer with the Next-Gen Kodi Add.On Native Access via NFS. But that, apparently does not work the way I imagined. SMB is working just fine without any problems but I really prefer NFS due to performance and Security. As said, putting in a SMB path in the "Optional Shared network Folder" is no problem.

Does EMBY support NFS at all?

Thanks!

Wolfgangfolder_emby.png.4256f98660c4cfdf068e4c4404d30d23.png

Sure it works, if this is your nfs path, it's wrong -> you used backslashes.

nfs would be:

/192.168.2.250/Multimedia/Movies/2D

or

nfs://192.168.2.250/Multimedia/Movies/2D

not sure, you have to test it.

 

BUT:

better would be. Mount your nfs path via Kodi and drop that link as path substitution on Emby server.

And the best way:

mount nfs in Kodi EXACTLY to the same folder structure.

I use fstab for this case.

If you mount on your Kodi box exactly /share/Multimedia/Movies/2D to your content you have the same folder structure and no need for substitution at all.

 

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