First post here.
I’m a BluOS user, owning a Node 2i which works really well but forces me to stream music to my Devialet 120 via SPDIF.
In the quest to review the strategy of my streaming chain (to play music from my local library and online services) I decided to try Roon.
During the Summer, I activated the 2 weeks free trial, to terminate it before time due to an annoying number of drop outs that I experienced running Core on my MacBook Pro and streaming to the Devialet via Ethernet.
Otherwise my library, stored on an HDD that is USB connected to an AirPort Extreme, was quickly found and music quality was good (at least, undistinguishable to me from the Node via coax).
With the 3months/$1 promotion, I decided to give Roon a second chance.
My networked HDD, once recognized, cannot be validated any longer by Roon and I cannot find a way to access to the music stored there.
Any idea on how to troubleshoot?
Thanks in advance!
At the moment I cannot provide extra screenshots since I am at work and I do not have access to my core.
But to answer your question:
That path that you see is the same as with BluOS. That is how the Core recognized the library originally (I just can’t remember if it came out from an automated scan or if I typed those coordinates). The only thing that happened now is that I reactivated my Roon: that’s why those info are there, but, somehow, Roon cannot access to the content of the HDD.
I also tried to change the directory, copy/pasting the coordinates from Finder as instructed in the Roon online resources. But it was a no go.
Thank you! And you are running the Core on the Mac where you took the screenshot?
I seem to remember some people having issues attaching a network share simultaneously as the share is “mounted” to same Mac where the Core is running.
Do you need credentials to access the Valerio share?