What USB stuff do you have connected to your pi?Need help! Lol
Got round to trying this today and followed the steps, but me being me manger to screw it up somewhere along the line, now when I boot my Pi getting the following message:
*** Error in mount_storage: mount_common: could not mount /dev/sda2***
[ 16.9892221 system halted.
Any idea how I can fix or even just remove the mount as I don't want to lose everything and like an idiot haven't got a backup!
Running off a USB if that makes a difference.
It seems like you somehow created 2 storage partitions because if you pulled out the usbstick with storage you won't be able to boot. And get a "could not mount /dev/sda2..." boot error. But if openELEC sees a partition (sda2 - second partition) on the other usbstick it will use that a new storage.Removed the storage only USB drive and openelec booted straight up. After boot I plugged it in again and xbmc picked it up again, so all good.
For some reason the mount isn't working, I can't see the files that's in the shared folder on the pc but I will look into that some other time, thanks for your help, panic over.
Damn, still can't save anything from Na*i-X, keep getting errors, cannot create the folder. I can play anything saved to the Time Capsule, just cant save via smb:\\. I guess its back to trying to get the drive to mount.Never mind, I went the smb:\\ route and proved to be much easier to set up and use.
Tuxen, thanks for your reply, yes everything is pointing to "mounting" a NAS drive. I have been playing with all kinds of configurations and keep getting errors, heres an example,Nope it's a known issue with XBMC that it can not save to smb:\\ you need to mount it in the root filesystem.
And hence this thread. It's worse for iOS users though since they do not have the capability to mount a share.
mount -t cifs -o username=[B]userwithrights[/B],password=[B]userpassword[/B],[B]rw[/B] //192.168.1.2/[B]sharename[/B] /storage/pcdownloads
#!/bin/sh (sleep 30; \ mount -t cifs -o username=admin,rw //192.168.0.9/xbmc /storage/NAS
feel so stupid now that i spent an hour trying to sort this out, and it turns out i havent copied all the codeDon't use ; \ at the end its part of the script explained in post #1
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