How to Download/Stream from WINDOWS platform share folders

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Re: How to Download/Stream from WINDOWS platform share folde

Postby Bob » Tue Nov 08, 2011 2:11 pm

Any progress on fixing samba support under iOS 5.0? It doesn't seem to crash any more, but it still doesn't work. I just see an empty table view. For a test, I tried a garbage password and got the same result: empty list, no error. It's like it doesn't even try to connect.

By the way, ftp does still work.

I have tried connecting to my Linux-based NAS, my Windows 7 PC, and my Lion macbook. Used to work in OPlayer under iOS 4.3. Other iPad apps (like FileBrowser) can still connect to my samba shares. Only OPlayer is broken, both the HD version for iPad and OPlayer for iPhone.
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Re: How to Download/Stream from WINDOWS platform share folde

Postby admin » Wed Nov 09, 2011 2:31 am

Try to enable/disable ffmpeg and auto select demux in the settings page
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Re: How to Download/Stream from WINDOWS platform share folde

Postby Bob » Wed Nov 09, 2011 7:51 pm

Nope, samba still broken even after turning off both of those settings.
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Re: How to Download/Stream from WINDOWS platform share folde

Postby admin » Fri Nov 11, 2011 4:04 am

the MAC LION OS have issue, we are fixing it, other system should have no issues.
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Re: How to Download/Stream from WINDOWS platform share folde

Postby Bob » Fri Nov 11, 2011 4:06 am

Sorry, other systems DO have issues. Samba totally broken for Linux, for example.
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Re: How to Download/Stream from WINDOWS platform share folde

Postby Bob » Sun Nov 13, 2011 8:17 pm

Hello again,

I think I have an idea as to why samba doesn't work in OPlayer: the port number. OPlayer only supports port 139, but other apps (the ones that work) use port 445. Can you allow the user to change the port number in OPlayer? This might fix the problem with your app.
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Re: How to Download/Stream from WINDOWS platform share folde

Postby Bob » Sat Nov 19, 2011 6:39 pm

Any idea if you'll allow users to change the samba port number in the next version?
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Re: How to Download/Stream from WINDOWS platform share folde

Postby admin » Mon Mar 05, 2012 4:22 am

Hello Bob,
We will try to fix the port issue in the next update.
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Re: How to Download/Stream from WINDOWS platform share folde

Postby hfuhruhurr » Sat May 12, 2012 7:33 pm

The last update didn't fix this issue. Trying to connect with Oplayer to a Win7 SMB Share. No luck, empty table view.

Port 139 is maximum deprecated. In another post you stated, that Oplayer handles 139 AND 445 too. If so, showing 139 in the config menu is at least disturbing. Nonetheless, I can't connect to my share and that was one of the reasons for buying Oplayer.

Do you know when this bug will be fixed?

Thx
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Re: How to Download/Stream from WINDOWS platform share folde

Postby admin » Mon May 14, 2012 2:16 am

hfuhruhurr wrote:The last update didn't fix this issue. Trying to connect with Oplayer to a Win7 SMB Share. No luck, empty table view.

Port 139 is maximum deprecated. In another post you stated, that Oplayer handles 139 AND 445 too. If so, showing 139 in the config menu is at least disturbing. Nonetheless, I can't connect to my share and that was one of the reasons for buying Oplayer.

Do you know when this bug will be fixed?

Thx
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This is an old compatibility issue with lion os, so which samba server you were using?
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