demonrik wrote: ↑Tue Jul 07, 2020 10:38 pmNEW PACKAGE AVAILABLE
[*]IMPORTANT That change of user means you need to ensure the user has permissions to your existing recordings. Simply add the new user 'hdhomerundvr' to your recordpath share or change the RunAs user once upgraded and you should be good[/list]
To move to new package - simply do manual install of new package. But beware of the user/permissions thing above.
Hello. First, I *really* appreciate all the effort that goes into this. And apologies in advance on this, as I am fairly confident these are going to be pretty simple/basic questions for more advanced users and this is going to truly show how little I know/understand about functioning within QTS and Linux/etc... BUT:Rew452 wrote: ↑Wed Jul 08, 2020 12:39 pmHi demonrik
For those like myself that are not quite so savvy can you elaborate on;
IMPORTANT That change of user means you need to ensure the user has permissions to your existing recordings. Simply add the new user 'hdhomerundvr' to your recordpath share or change the RunAs user once upgraded and you should be good.
I enabled HdHomerundvr as a user and gave it r/w access to the the Multimedia dir were HDHomerunDVR dir yet the app still displays "unable to discover dvr status". What am I missing?
I installed the new qpkg (1.0.1) manually, as I always have:
If I open the HDHR View in Windows, and click on Settings - Account Information, I see that DVR status is set to "ACTIVE".
If I go to my.hdhomerun.com, it says "no HDHomeRun DVR Detected"
When I open the DVR app from within the App Center on my QNAP, my dashboard does not look like what it's looked like before. It says "Unable to discover DVR Version." And under DVR path it says:
Location = /share/CACHEDEV1_DATA/.qpkg/HDHomeRunDVR/HDHomeRunDVR.conf Does Not Exist
RecordPath = Path not Set
I have a feeling this is all related to what was discussed above, but the old way of entering recording path isn't available, and I'm not sure how to tell it what to use. And I'm also not sure how to execute the directions regarding "ensure the user has permissions to your existing recordings." I entered into QNAP's "Control Panel --> Settings --> Users" and found the "hdhomerundvr" user listed as "Status = Disabled." I've clicked on Shared Folder Permissions and given it R/W to my "Recordings" folder, and I can add permissions to other areas if that's what's needed (Public, Web, etc) but I did try that and that didn't seem to fix the problem, so I unchecked them (for now)...
Currently I have a "Recordings" Directory on my QNAP (mapped to "Y:" drive on Windows), and then a "HDHomeRunDVR" subfolder within that directory, and my "old way" of changing that doesn't seem to pop up with the new "dash board."