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glad you got there in the end. anybody had any luck recording to a share ?. I tried it keeps saying recording started but just makes an empty file

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    how to network mount

    https://rapidshare.com/files/1920920600/S99dw.sh.tar.gz
    extract the S99dw.sh file and edit the last line to suit your share.
    put it into /etc/init.d and chmod 755
    after a reboot the box will go to 107%, if it doesn't then you havn't chmod 755

    this is not for use on a dw modified image just ur or iq images, this is also a temporary fix and as said only for non dw modified images.

    my internet is iffy so if I don't answer questions it doesn't mean i'm ignoring just that i can't get on.



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    Re: how to network mount

    Do you want me to add this to the Ppanel m8?

    i only havent added it before, as people would ask about booting to 107%, but, with the new advanced Ppanel, i can include an on screen writeup to explain about it

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    Re: how to network mount

    yes please but they need to change the last line to suit their share.
    I will do another one over the weekend with the last line hash out and some info on what does what in the line.
    could always get the iq boys to include it but then ur never did bother so why should they.

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    Re: how to network mount

    Hi when i click on the link i see 0mb size and i cant download it, please digi add this to the Ppanel thanks to both u guys for ur hard work

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    Re: how to network mount

    it's not 0byte it's 175bytes
    make a file called S99dw.sh
    put this in it
    Code:
    #!/bin/sh
    eval insmod /lib/modules/2.6.24.7_nxp.full.dev/kernel/fs/cifs/cifs.ko
    mkdir /media/share
    mount -t cifs -o rw,username=w,password= //192.168.1.35/films /media/share
    must have something in the username even if your share has nothing
    //192.168.1.35/films is my server
    /media/share is created by this script.
    don't forget to chmod 755 or it won't run

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    Re: how to network mount

    downloaded fine for me raju3 although when it finished it shows Download: S99dw.sh.tar.gz (0.00 MB) at top of the page but un rarred fine

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    Re: how to network mount

    Will this work
    Code:
    #!/bin/sh
    eval insmod /lib/modules/2.6.24.7_nxp.full.dev/kernel/fs/cifs/cifs.ko
    mkdir /media/share
    mount -t cifs -o rw,username=w,password= //192.168.1.48/Videos /media/share
    mount -t cifs -o rw,username=w,password= //192.168.1.48/Newsleecher Downloads /media/share

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    Re: how to network mount

    Removed the last line but still cant get this to work, should it just load when you press media button?

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    Re: how to network mount

    Quote Originally Posted by Bally12345 View Post
    Will this work
    Code:
    #!/bin/sh
    eval insmod /lib/modules/2.6.24.7_nxp.full.dev/kernel/fs/cifs/cifs.ko
    mkdir /media/share
    mount -t cifs -o rw,username=w,password= //192.168.1.48/Videos /media/share
    mount -t cifs -o rw,username=w,password= //192.168.1.48/Newsleecher Downloads /media/share
    Is there a user on the PC by the name of w with permissions on the folder?

    It might be worth putting a password on the share folder at first in case it doesn't like it - like some ftp clients for example

    Stick to lower case single word folder or use _ if necessary just while you double check it's working

    From media player you still need to browse to internal flash/media/share....

    You can press menu in media player and select edit settings to change this permanently

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    Re: how to network mount

    Quote Originally Posted by VectorZ View Post
    Is there a user on the PC by the name of w with permissions on the folder?

    It might be worth putting a password on the share folder at first in case it doesn't like it - like some ftp clients for example

    Stick to lower case single word folder or use _ if necessary just while you double check it's working

    From media player you still need to browse to internal flash/media/share....

    You can press menu in media player and select edit settings to change this permanently
    Permission is set to everyone using win7 guess i can put my windows login details right?



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