atvtwo Wrote:Regarding my setup, i'm trying to use my Macbook Pro w/ Snow Leopard as "media server". Streaming movies from a shared folder on the Mac via NFS to my ATV2 thats using XBMC.
What i found odd is that when setting up the share on my ATV2 using zeroconf the path is kinda urlencoded, i.e. all the slashes etc are shown with %20, %40 etc. This does not happen when setting up SMB using zeroconf (is there any difference btw setting up SMB using zeroconf or SMB?).
I'm wondering if this could be a permission issues but i've doubled-checked the folder on my Mac i'm trying to access from the ATV2 and it has read/write permission for everybody so shoudnt be a prob me thinks.
Its really odd, since i can see the the shared folder with correct remote path on the ATV2 but when clicking on it, it doesnt change into the folder to show its content. Would XBMC ask me for username / password to login into the NFS or does this happen automatically as with SMB?
Read the link i've posted for setting up the NFS server on snow leopard. Did you do everything stated there (especially the -N edit of the plist)? Also there is no username and password for NFS. It uses another authentication principal based on user ids.