I have just posted the following question over on the XBMC Forum. It has since occurred to me that as I am using the pre-compiled RPM from the Packman Repo, is it possible that it has been compiled without an “NFS” option flag - if such exists?
Best regards, Martin
I have an NFS share. I can use that share to provide media to XBMC running on my Raspberys (Raspbmc 12.2), and Android tablet (Also 12.2). However, I can't access that same share from SuSE 13.1 workstations? On the above (Raspberry/Android) platforms, I am able to browse/drill down to the required NFS location, while at the workstations, in the "Browse for new share", clicking the NFS option does nothing that I can detect? BUT, these same workstations, are able to access and mount the NFS share perfectly well from within the OS? The NFS share export is: ``` $cat /etc/exports /nfs *(rw,all_squash,insecure) ``` And the permissions on the /nfs directory (and all below) is: ``` $ls -l /nfs drwxrwxrwx 65 nobody nogroup 4096 Dec 16 16:24 myMusic drwxrwxrwx 27 nobody nogroup 4096 Sep 14 22:14 myMusic.flac drwxrwxrwx 76 nobody nogroup 4096 Nov 6 18:46 ourPhotographs drwxrwxrwx 20 nobody nogroup 4096 Dec 18 11:58 ourVideos ``` I have read [NFS - XBMC](http://wiki.xbmc.org/index.php?title=NFS) but can find no other clues to investigate. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~