Xbmc library not updating
This is because Serviio is running as a service on your computer and it's probably being started by the default "System" user.
That user may not have access to your shares, especially if you have the shares mounted using specific user credentials.
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Let's say you are running Serviio as a media server on your Windows machine and you want add share folders to the library.
You may find that the share locations show up on your media device but your actual files do not.
Kodi entertainment center is already in Release Candidate stage, and the final release may be out anytime now.Sometimes upgrading from one release to another can be challenging.In this post, let us see how to upgrade XBMC to Kodi or technically 13.2 Gotham to 14.0 Helix on Windows, Linux, Android, and OS X.In other words, if you have the shares mounted as mapped drives, don't use the mapped drive letters. Secondly, you'll want to configure the service to run under your user account.Here's the step-by-step: First open control panel and open Administrative Tools: Next double-click "Services": Find the Serviio Service: Right click on it and choose "Properties": Click on the "Log On" tab and set the credentials for the user which has access to the Windows Share: Hit OK and stop/start the service by right clicking on it and choosing "Stop".
To upgrade XBMC to Kodi on OS X, backup the XBMC settings folder. In my tests, Kodi 14.0 Helix RC already looked very stable.