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    mounting vu hdd on plex library

    hello, trying to have my vu+ recordings (no live tv) loaded in my plex library but can't manage. system is

    vu+ uno 4k (recordings in .ts )
    plex server on docker on a rockstor linux open source nas
    beelink gt1 / mecool m8s w on coreelec clients with plex for kodi addon (work fine for audio files)

    as the systems is linux based i've tried mounting the vu hdd on the rockstor nas (/mnt/vuplus) perm. 755) but despite i can see the files from ftp, plex cant scan them, i guess for permission. if i upload any of the xxxxxx.ts files from the vu in the same created directory, plex finds it and list it in the "vuplus" library, so it's not matter of file system, format, name, etc.

    any idea how to achive this?

    thank you

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    try checking the plex logs when it scans the folder to see if there is any errors?

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    haven't seen anything specific, probably plex cannot see files at all and just wondering if mounting the vu share at boot from fstab would solve permission problems but a bit concerned about messing up with the fstab file

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    Quote Originally Posted by satello View Post
    haven't seen anything specific, probably plex cannot see files at all and just wondering if mounting the vu share at boot from fstab would solve permission problems but a bit concerned about messing up with the fstab file
    what type of network share are you using?
    try cifs(samba) as i had a lot of trouble with NFS and enigma2 before

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