I’m currently trying to replace parts of my raspberry-Pi functionality with docker containers.
One part is Kodi.
I’ve got a MariaDB running on my QNAP NAS.
All my Raspi is doing is to scan my quite comprehensive library (sending an http request to do so).
Because I want to upgrade to Kodi 18 (Leia) I can’t use my Raspi anymore, because I couldn’t find a way to install Kodi 18 there.
Therefore I was looking for a Docker-Container, preferably by you, and found your Leia branch.
Installed, configured, starting just fine. Copied all userdata-files from my raspi to the dockercontainer. (advancedsettings.xml, guisettings.xml, passwords,xml, profiles.xml, RssFeeds.xml, sources.xml)
At first start my library was migrated just fine (got 4 DBs now, two by Kodi 17, two by Kodi 18)
The docker container is receiving my “scan http request” and according to the popup it’s starting to scan my library and also finishes. But when the scan process is done, new files can’t be found in the library. It seems like it’s unable to find them.
Do you have any idea why?
Thank you already!
PS: I’m sorry about any typing or grammar mistakes. English isn’t my native language
Maybe in addition: everything is stored to my NAS. My library, DB and docker container is on it. Within my source file I’m trying to access these shares using the IP-shares (192.168.178.3/Multimedia/)