From the Kodi.tv forum... In /storage/.kodi/userdata/sources.xml, add the mount points in the <video> section. <video> <default pathversion="1"></default> <source> <name>MOVIES</name> <path pathversion="1">nfs://192.168.100.241/MOVIES/</path> <allowsharing>true</allowsharing> </source> </video>
According to forums @ kodi.tv the NFS browser is not likely going to be fixed anytime soon. The method in which they look for servers on the network has been patched by many linux distros as a security problem. In “Browse for New Share” you can “Add a New Share” with the IP of the server, path names, etc.
Okay, as long as directly inputting the IP of the server works, I don’t see a serious problem with it.
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