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I use my 2010 apple iMac to store my movies and music files, to play with the popcorn hour a110.

 

It used to work great to share folders using smb, but after the upgrade to OSX Lion yesterday, the popcorn hour can't connect anymore to the iMac to read files.

 

I've read that OSX Lion doesn't support standard smb sharing, is this true ? Is there a workaround for the iMac to make it work, or perhaps another way to have access again to the files on my iMac, trough the popcorn hour ? A popcorn hour firmware needed perhaps to enable the 'newer' smbx standard ?

 

I hope someone can help me out here, there must be other users with the same problems...

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I use my 2010 apple iMac to store my movies and music files, to play with the popcorn hour a110.

 

It used to work great to share folders using smb, but after the upgrade to OSX Lion yesterday, the popcorn hour can't connect anymore to the iMac to read files.

 

I've read that OSX Lion doesn't support standard smb sharing, is this true ? Is there a workaround for the iMac to make it work, or perhaps another way to have access again to the files on my iMac, trough the popcorn hour ? A popcorn hour firmware needed perhaps to enable the 'newer' smbx standard ?

 

I hope someone can help me out here, there must be other users with the same problems...

 

You are acting like a spammer. Popcorn hour is NOT a Rovi/Sonic/Roxio product. Go to them or to Apple to get answers to your questions.

 

You also posted in the Creator section of these forums, do you have ANY Roxio programs or are you just posting to post.

 

If you want answers to issues with Roxio software, please ask them but start your own threads. mad.gif

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