When I talked to the developer a few days ago, he said he is still having issues with the new coding and initial setup. He is aware of the issue and still working on it. So, basically - if you had it running before it should be ok, but if you hadn't, the channel will still not work.
Having said that, he said expect crashes as well even if it IS working for a bit as he goes through and fixes the incompatibilities with the new OS from Roku.
Thanks for the update. I don't remember exactly, but I was thinking once I'd switched to the cloud version, the initial setup became much easier - I'm thinking it remembered my settings from my other Rokus.
My media server is running on a Windows 10 Pro machine. The user accounts are password protected - I think that is what's causing my issue (at least part of it). I can give it my server address, but without a user ID and password, it can't connect. I can remember the original version of Roksbox let you set a user name/password to access the server. Again, I think after switching to the cloud version, it just seems to know it on new setups.
I'll just wait for the fix in the initial setup. Thanks again!