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I don't know if any of this will help, but: I've had issues with samba before, particularly in printer sharing. Um..anyway, try setting the folder option that OPL looks for, like this: http://NASNAME:PORT/mnt/ide1/public/media/games/PS2
maybe it'll work? NASNAME = the NAS name, PORT = the port, heh.
also check (just ideas, don't know if they all apply):
- visibility is on
- ports are opened in your router
- ports are opened in the NAS
- try adding these lines to the .conf: read only = no
browseable = yes
- give the smb service a restart
sorry if some of the stuff I was amateur, just thinking of ideas.
unfortunately i'm not that lucky :-(
there is no setting in my router that is preventing access to the PS2. in fact under DHCP i can see that the PS2 is listed as connected to the router with a static IP that i gave it.
If i were to ping the PS2 from the NAS when OPL is running i do get replies though there are lots of losses.
i can also ping it from my laptop connected via the same router but through wireless i also get ping replies (both PS2 and NAS are wired into the router)
I have SMB issues (via Sheevaplug/Linux or DD-WRT mega build with SAMBA 3.5 support through optware) with PS3, firmware 3.15, Swap Magic 3.8 and OPL 0.8.
What I did is to create a virtual PS2 memory card as slot 1 using the PS3 so that there is no legacy setting files from OPL 0.7, load OPL 0.8, enter the network settings as suggested in the wiki and press start.
OPL0.8 picked up what I have on the network drive with games installed using USButil and listed 20 or so games. Happy, I try to load Dragon Quest 8 (and subsequently a few others that I know worked perfectly in OPL0.7 before, like ICO), which I had problems with OPL0.7 at near the final stage of the game.
My PS3 shows a black screen and that's it. I used the "top" command on my Linux box, smbd is not active and the samba log file shows that my PS3 has disconnected from it.
I am using guest logon with no password but in any event, the fact that I can browse my game list suggests to me that it is connecting somehow. So I guess it's not a setting problem.. or is it?
Has anyone experience this?
edit: I found a more appropriate thread so I have posted the issue there. Thanks for reading this and apologies if you are annoyed by the repeated posts.
Last edited by hching; 12-22-2010 at 10:44 PM.