Thanks for the quick reply.demonrik wrote: ↑Thu Apr 16, 2020 2:57 pmIn the UI check and see if you have a log.Sion wrote: ↑Thu Apr 16, 2020 2:04 pmHey Rik!
Thanks so much for all your work and support for this great tool.
I *just* finally got around to installing it on my synology (i've had the nas and hdhr for years... since 2012 or so) and I can't believe I didn't install this sooner.
That said, I have one problem:
While all my old recordings are still on the NAS, I can't see them or any recording history through the HDHR app now.
I'm not very Linux savvy, so I wonder if I did something wrong, or if it's possible to restore this history? I can't browse all my recordings now.
If you don't then likely your permissions for the folder aren't set right.
If you have a log, but it's not showing any recordings, we may have permissions issues on the files.
But first things first.
How did you switch to the SPK?
Did you change the RecordPath?
Or move the files in File station?
I simply installed the SPK manually as you instructed in the first post. downloaded 0.8.2 from onedrive.
I did nothing else.
EDIT: FYI, the record version prior to this was really old, 2017 era. Part of why I installed your package was to see if I could upgrade through the package UI, since the HDHR setup pathway was not working for me (did not recognize any NAS on network).
Installing your package apparently automatically upgraded the record engine to 20200225 as well.
I literally did nothing else.