I recently moved over to using CE-20 nightly builds to fix the crashing issues with InputStream Adaptive on Kodi Matrix. (Installed as single-boot with ceemmc).
Everything works fine except there seems to be a problem accessing the SMB root share from Windows 10.
If I try to access \ \COREELEC\ or \ \IP Address\ I get an error telling me that the network location is not available. The sub-folders, such as \ \COREELEC\downloads\ or \ \COREELEC\userdata\ all work fine - the problem only seems to affect the parent folder.
I temporarily went back to Matrix and the problem cleared so it’s only the Nexus builds that are affected. I’ve tried deleting the stored login credentials in Windows control panel, then rebooting, to no avail.
OK, I don’t know how to do that as I’m fairly new to Linux but I’ll google it, I’m a quick learner so it shouldn’t be too hard. Thanks very much for the advice.
(In case you’re wondering why I actually want access to that folder, its simply for convenience of navigation - I’d like to be able to browse between the sub-folders without having to manually enter the path each time. I’d also prefer to just have one shortcut on my Windows desktop and not one for each folder)