Hi all. I am trying to setup NFS on my Win 7 PC so I can stream 2D blurays to my 600X device. Can someone point me to an online guide which can help me with this? I installed the NFS server in Windows 7 under add/remove windows components, but I wasn't sure what to do from there. So I read the 600X user guide and on pg 39 it mentions to download HanWin server, which I did. I also followed and setup the UDP Server Threads to 32 and Max NFS transfer to 32768. On the 'Server' tab of HanWin I checked 'Allow mount of remote devices' and the 'Convert Windows drive letters to lower case' was already checked. On the 'Exports' tab, I edited the notepad and added a drive say 'g:\Movies - public -readonly' and when I saved the file I see it in the Exports window, but when I check the 'Mounts' tab, I do not see that location. The default 'c:\public' shows up though. I played around and checked on the 'Server' tab the 'Windows ANSI character set' and then the UTF8 character set options under 'Convert Windows drive letters to lower case' to see if it would do anything, but it didn't. I changed the exports file by adding the -name attribute and range attribute, but that didn't help either. I am assuming there is something silly I am doing.
I turn on the 600X and go to NFS and do see all of the locations, but when I click on the g:\Movies location, it says 'failed'. This happens on this location and the other 3 default C: drive locations. I started the NFS service and the SunPRC PortMap Daemon apps as well. I did follow part of this thread I found and allowed the HanWin 3 apps thru the Windows Firewall: http://www.mede8erforum.com/index.php?action=printpage;topic=185.0
Can someone please help me troubleshoot this issue? Sorry, I am a noob when it comes to sharing files and folders over a local network. Also for the g:\Movies folder I right-clicked the folder and shared it to the homegroup, not sure what that does.
Thanks in advance!