I have added a D-Link DSM-520 media server to my system for evaluation. To do that I placed the provided UPNP media server on the server that holds all my media and is accessed by the Roku.
When the Roku now boots up it sees the D-Link media server and displays it on the menu as a new server item. I would like to either inhibit this behavior or hide the item as I do for certain other shared folders on the server. How do I go about doing that?
I use the following in the rc.local file to hide a share called concerts:
# Hide the Concerts share
(sleep 60 && /usr/local/bin/dispatchmountmessage mountType="unmount" mountPath="/mnt/smb/server/concerts" mediaType="kSMBMount" mediaDesc="MyDVDfiles" readOnly="false" ) &
Do I just change concerts in the mountpath clause to D-Link Media? Do I have to also change the media type?
I do not see this ( the above thought) as correct in that D-Link Media is not a shared directory, but is actually an application running on the server