The Raspberry Pi 3

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Re: The Raspberry Pi 3

Postby hondagx35 » 26 Mar 2016, 10:58

Hi MrDerp,

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The IP is 192.168.1.33, the name is "MYNAS", the shared folder is "nas".


Remote directory = nas
Fileshare protokoll = NFS
IP-address = 192.168.1.33

Be carefull "Remote directory" is case sensitive!

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Re: The Raspberry Pi 3

Postby MrDerp » 26 Mar 2016, 11:38

Ty for your reply! Found a solution a couple of minutes ago. In OMV, NFS the shared folder is available by "/export/ address. So I just typed "/export/" for the Remote directiry - and here we go! Now it's updating lol.
It worked for Samba too - typing the NAS name in the Remote directiry is not need - just the shared folder.

Ty all so much! Cheers! Vodka to everyone (well, I'm Russian after all)
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Re: The Raspberry Pi 3

Postby MrDerp » 26 Mar 2016, 12:17

Yet another question. How long does it take to update a 315 Gb library. I've read NFS it's better at indexing so now I'm using NFS file share for the Pi3.
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Re: The Raspberry Pi 3

Postby MrDerp » 26 Mar 2016, 19:42

So SMB updated the 315 Gb library in a moment. Now it all works like a charm. The inbuilt wi-fi dropped off forever though, so I had to bridge another Wi-Fi router and the connection is rock solid now) And the handy control from the phone. The sound... Thank you so much Frank! Keep up the good work! :)
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Re: The Raspberry Pi 3

Postby DaverJ » 26 Mar 2016, 19:49

MrDerp wrote: The inbuilt wi-fi dropped off forever though, so I had to bridge another Wi-Fi router and the connection is rock solid now)


Thanks for posting this - I also have issues with built-in Wifi dropping, and some clicking. It's fine when the Ethernet is plugged in.

Hopefully this is just an issue with the Pi2 version of software running on Pi3? Fingers crossed the official Pi3 version will have solid Wifi support.
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Re: The Raspberry Pi 3

Postby rlsten » 27 Mar 2016, 00:22

I apologize in advance if this issue doesn't belong in this topic, but I am using the Raspberry Pi 3 image so I can't tell if the problem relates to that or is more general.

Anyway, I am not able to see my Raspberry Pi3 in Windows Networking using a WiFi static address. (I am able to see other Raspberry Pis and devices). My music is located on 2 SD cards attached via USB and mounted in the /mnt/MPD/USB folder on the Pi.

My smb.conf file is as follows:




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#======================= Global Settings =======================

[global]

   workgroup = WORKGROUP
   server string = RuneAudio Player
   dns proxy = no
   log level = 0
   syslog = 0
   guest account = root
   map to guest = bad user
   load printers = no
   printing = bsd
   printcap name = /dev/null
   disable spoolss = yes
   domain master = no
   local master = no
   preferred master = no

#======================= Share Definitions =======================

   directory mask = 0775
   create mask = 0775

[MusicStore]
   comment = MPD MusicStore (/mnt/MPD)
   path = /mnt/MPD/
   read only = no
   public = yes
   follow symlinks = yes
   wide links = yes


I am able to access the Rune interface via a browser and can access the Pi3 via SSH, but I can't access the Pi3 in Windows. I have tried to map a drive using the IP address with no success.

What am I doing wrong?

Thanks,

Rod
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Re: The Raspberry Pi 3

Postby hondagx35 » 27 Mar 2016, 00:34

Hi Rod,

with Windows7 i have no problems to access my Pi2 and Pi3 with samba.

What OS do you use?

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Re: The Raspberry Pi 3

Postby rlsten » 27 Mar 2016, 00:45

To my regret, Windows 10. I was much happier with Windows 7.
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Re: The Raspberry Pi 3

Postby hondagx35 » 27 Mar 2016, 00:51

Hi,

no idea what it could be.

I first would try to play with the workgroup setting.

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Re: The Raspberry Pi 3

Postby todvon » 27 Mar 2016, 00:55

Complete Noob, can you point me to where/how I edit the /root/.xinitrc so I can get the mouse cursor working? I found the answer of what to do but where do I find how to edit root file?

The mouse cursor on the local browser is disabled, because the image is optimized for small (7") touch displays.
You can enable it by editing the file /root/.xinitrc

Change "-use_cursor no" to "-use_cursor yes"
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