Hope to have an outcome soon.
Thanks Roquen, I'll check the sharing and make sure it's all everyone to read/write.
Any help is good help and I appreciate your input.
(2012-05-09 17:13)Roquen Wrote:(2012-05-09 11:40)tyfighter24 Wrote: Thanks Roquen,
Did you have to re format the drive from scratch or was there a quick way around this?
My network is fairly old, about 8 months, the only thing I have changed is my modem and after speaking with a couple of different people it seems as though the lack of the DLNA functionality on my modem may be causing the issue.
I hope so
I had to change the file-permits on the drive and run "inherit" through the whole drive after I did so (setting every user + "Everyone" to Read/Write). Alas, there is still some issues with Win-clients that leave stuff on the HDD/Share - but that is probably because OSX thinks that it is reserved for another user.
Hmm, a fileshare should not be dependent on the DLNA-protocol (if you do not base your flow around DLNA). Simple filesharing should work straight from the router (AirPort Express).
Sorry that I could not be more helpful
Hope the guys logg-reading will help - they´re the expert about XBMC anyway!