Windows 10 Pro 20H2 (build 19042.631), Ryzen 7 2700X, 32GB DDR4, music library located on a Samsung 970 Evo NVMe with btrfs file system
Really should not matter in this case
Doesn’t matter either
4,615 tracks, ~144GB
Description of Issue
When trying to add my music library from a btrfs-partitioned SSD, I get the following error: “Error loading folder, Unauthorized”.
The drive is displayed on the left, but no files, folders etc. are read and only the above error text is displayed; see attached screenshot.
The problem can be circumvented by setting up a network share of the music library in Windows and letting Roon access the files via this share. Suboptimal nevertheless.
I think the file system is the problem as Roon has no problems accessing my NTFS disks.
And no, I’m not going to repartition my SSD for this.
The drivers used can be found on this GitHub repo: GitHub - maharmstone/btrfs: WinBtrfs - an open-source btrfs driver for Windows
Every other software had no trouble accessing it.
If this is too minor of a problem, or a fix would be too costly, given that no one else uses btrfs for this, I don’t have a big problem without a fix either.