Just bought and installed aTV Flash yesterday. I did all the updates, installation routines, etc.
I only want to use a external HDD for my DVD Collection.
After import of 4 DVDs (for testing) on the external HDD the Movies are not shown in the MEDIA menue.
Now I found the Console Log. There I can read very often something like that:
Finder(326( Save error “NSError " An error occurred while saving.”
Domain=NSCocoaErrorDomaine Code=134030 UserInfo=(
NSAffectedStoresErrorKey = (<NSSQLCore: 0xdd440d0>);
NSFilePath = “/Users/frontrow/Library/Application Support/Sapphire/metaData.sapphireDataV3”;
NSUnderlyingError = NSError “File does not exist.” Domain =NScocoaErrorDomain Code=4 UserInfo=(
NSUnderlyingError = NSError “POSIX error: No such file or firectory” Domain=NSPOSIXErrorDomain Code=2 UserInfo=(
With Cyberduck I realy can’t see metaData-File in above mentioned folder.
At http://forum.atvflash.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=3326&start=0 aTV Flash wrote following, but that doen’t work at all:
Postby aTV Flash » Tue Jul 13, 2010 7:55 am
It looks like there is an issue related to share points that is causing problems for some users. This can easily be solved by removing the ‘mounts.plist’ file from the AppleTV.
- Connect to the AppleTV via FTP (http://wiki.atvflash.com/index.php?title=FTP)
- Navigate to the Library/Application Support/nito folder.
- Remove the ‘mounts.plist’ file.
- Restart the AppleTV.
We’re working to find out why this file is causing an issue but the steps above should get you back on track for now.
Best regards from Switzerland, waiting for solutions…