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bshakes

So I created a new library, "Movies 4K" and added to Emby on QNAAP no problems, /share/movies/movies 4k and nfs:192.168.1.22/media/movies 4k.

 

KODI can browse that share and play a movie no issues however, when I try and add that library via the emmby addon, emby complains it can't read the nfs share. I have removed the emby addon, reinstalled KODI, validate the NFS permissions, and I can't address the issue. All other nfs share work fine with native paths even removing add adding back. This happens on the PCs and Nvidia Shield. The only thing that is different is this library was added recently.

 

Any suggestions? 

 

 

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Angelblue05

I'm not sure I fully get what you are saying. Your nfs path should look like nfs://192.168.22 no?

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bshakes

Yes it nfs://192.168.1.22....

 

The issue is KODI/emby addon can't access the nfs path, even though KODI can from the file manager and other nfs shared libraries work as well, it's just this specific library....

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Angelblue05

Can you go to your emby web client, open that library. edit the metadata of one of the library items. Paste the path here.

 

The add-on uses the Kodi api to detect if the file exists. If it fails, it's really because Kodi cannot locate the file.

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bshakes

nfs://192.168.1.22/Media/Movies 4k/Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom/Jurassic World- Fallen Kingdom.mkv

 

As I said earlier, I can browse via nfs from the KODI file manager just fine.

 

Also, before I add the library in KODI, the library shows as Movies 4K (Dynamic).

 

Thanks

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Angelblue05

I don't doubt that you can browse to Movies 4k via file manager. Which makes it seems like a path discrepancy somewhere. The fact that your other libraries work... I'm not sure.

 

Are you able to access your Kodi files? If so, in the userdata folder, you should see a mediasources.xml file. Can you ensure it matches up with your path? Is there differences to what's in Emby?

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bshakes

I don't have a mediasources.xml, just sources.xml.

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes" ?>
<sources>
  <programs>
    <default pathversion="1" />
  </programs>
  <video>
    <default pathversion="1" />
    <source>
      <name>Emby</name>
      <path pathversion="1">smb://</path>
      <allowsharing>true</allowsharing>
    </source>
    <source>
      <name>Emby</name>
      <path pathversion="1">http://</path>
      <allowsharing>true</allowsharing>
    </source>
  </video>
  <music>
    <default pathversion="1" />
  </music>
  <pictures>
    <default pathversion="1" />
  </pictures>
  <files>
    <default pathversion="1" />
    <source>
      <name>.emby</name>
      <path pathversion="1">http://kodi.emby.media/</path>
      <allowsharing>true</allowsharing>
    </source>
    <source>
      <name>.QNAP</name>
      <path pathversion="1">nfs://192.168.1.22/</path>
      <allowsharing>true</allowsharing>
    </source>
    <source>
      <name>.KODI</name>
      <path pathversion="1">nfs://192.168.1.22/Dloads/KODI and NSTV/</path>
      <allowsharing>true</allowsharing>
    </source>
    <source>
      <name>kodi.emby.media</name>
      <path pathversion="1">http://kodi.emby.media</path>
      <allowsharing>true</allowsharing>
    </source>
  </files>
  <games>
    <default pathversion="1" />
  </games>
</sources>

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