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Topic # 8284 17-Jun-2006 20:13
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Well thats the end of Beta 2 for me. It does not allow Xbox media centre on a modded xbox to connect to network shares on your vista machine because vista has an issue with samba. this means I cannot access any of my music or video which is all stored on my PC.

From a quick google it seems that both the developers of samba and vista are both claiming that its the other sides fault. Just hope this is fixed in the final release.




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  Reply # 38851 17-Jun-2006 20:25
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geekiegeek: Well thats the end of Beta 2 for me. It does not allow Xbox media centre on a modded xbox to connect to network shares on your vista machine because vista has an issue with samba. this means I cannot access any of my music or video which is all stored on my PC.

From a quick google it seems that both the developers of samba and vista are both claiming that its the other sides fault. Just hope this is fixed in the final release.


Hmm, seem to remember I was able to hook up earlier Vistas to Samba. Can you upgrade your version of Samba or not?






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  Reply # 38854 17-Jun-2006 20:47
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cant upgrade as it is part of XBMC and I'm no developer! if it is just a version issue then I'm sure the XBMC team will update the app to handle it.




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  Reply # 38893 18-Jun-2006 15:42
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geekiegeek: cant upgrade as it is part of XBMC and I'm no developer! if it is just a version issue then I'm sure the XBMC team will update the app to handle it.


What version of XBMC are you on?

Have you set the NIC/network that Vista & Xbox are connected to, to be "private" and to "enable discovery/sharing"

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  Reply # 38943 19-Jun-2006 10:11
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Do you have the latest release of XBMC? I have no trouble at all accessing my shares with vista.




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  Reply # 38975 19-Jun-2006 13:04
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Im running XBMC _CVS_ 666 (6th of June 2006) and I had it set as Nathan suggested above. I can see my PC in the workgroup but when I try to access it asks for a username and password - no matter what user I use it wont connect.




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  Reply # 38982 19-Jun-2006 13:38
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ahh, ok... how do you have your shares setup?  I noticed that you can't share the whole drvie that windows is installed on, you need to setup folders to share...I.e. I have one for TV epps, one for Movies and one for Music etc. Hope that helps.

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  Reply # 38988 19-Jun-2006 14:02
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geekiegeek: Im running XBMC _CVS_ 666 (6th of June 2006) and I had it set as Nathan suggested above. I can see my PC in the workgroup but when I try to access it asks for a username and password - no matter what user I use it wont connect.


Make sure your account has a password, accounts with no passwords can only be used on the localhost, not across the network

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  Reply # 38989 19-Jun-2006 14:05
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geekiegeek: Im running XBMC _CVS_ 666 (6th of June 2006) and I had it set as Nathan suggested above. I can see my PC in the workgroup but when I try to access it asks for a username and password - no matter what user I use it wont connect.


Make sure your account has a password, accounts with no passwords can only be used on the localhost, not across the network


Also sometimes you need to enable the "Guest" account - (not sure if vista has this) - I had that problem once with XP.



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  Reply # 38991 19-Jun-2006 14:22
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created a user account with password and added it to both the share permissions and the folder permissions no joy.

Could it have anything to do with not having a password set for the administrator?  mmmm might try that tonight.

I can access all of my shares from a XP notebook. All shares are folders i.e. video, music etc.




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  Reply # 38994 19-Jun-2006 14:46
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Have you tried, pointing XBMC directly to a shared folder rather than just viewing the workgroup?


 smb://domain;username:password@MyWindowsServer/movies



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  Reply # 39018 19-Jun-2006 17:02
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lokinz: Have you tried, pointing XBMC directly to a shared folder rather than just viewing the workgroup?


 smb://domain;username:password@MyWindowsServer/movies


Thats how I have it setup but I cant access via either method.




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Hi,
I had the same trouble, running a version of XBMC at least 6 months old, and Vista Beta 2 x86 (32bit) but after searching high and low, I noticed that a few people had reported success using a program called ccXstream (h**p://ccxgui.xboxmediacenter.de/download.html)

I downloaded v.1.41, installed it, added a couple of shares, and strated the service. I then edited the following lines in both the

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