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Topic: Windows and samba shares access thru "add location" (Read 414 times) previous topic - next topic
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Windows and samba shares access thru "add location"

Why not? It would be very useful thru LAN or vpn.
Regatds and good music

Re: Windows and samba shares access thru "add location"

Reply #1
Sorry for my bad English.

Trying to add my Synology NAS local server, I get the following:

If I put "http://192.168.1.* I" can connect with my Synology NAS but a message comes out: "appears to be accesible but empty".

If I put "http://192.168.1.*/music" appears the message: "cannot be accesible, reason: Not a directory"

What am I doing wrong? Any solution?

Re: Windows and samba shares access thru "add location"

Reply #2
Please point out the nearest proprietary equivalent to Samba, as foobar2000 cannot actually use Samba itself without opening its own source code.

Re: Windows and samba shares access thru "add location"

Reply #3
Please point out the nearest proprietary equivalent to Samba, as foobar2000 cannot actually use Samba itself without opening its own source code.

OK, Thanks. Like NFS?

Re: Windows and samba shares access thru "add location"

Reply #4
Well, Synology uPNP works fine!