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Old 22-10-2016, 18:52   #1
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Mounting a 4th NFS folder to Kodi from Synology

Ok, so I have managed to add 3 source folders to Kodi, 1 each for movie, tv shows and home video (video) - these were basically the three default folders on my Synology 211

I have created a 4th folder called 'cartoons' with exactly the same permissions as the above folders but from season can't get Kodi to add it as a source ... its driving me nuts as I can't figure out whats wrong ...

anyone have any ideas?

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So you've got the same NFS permissions set up for all the folders? Have you also checked the Linux folder permissions. I seem to remember having to chmod new folders I'd created to get them to be viewable, even if the NFS side looked ok.
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