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    [Tutorial]How to configure Ouya to handle NFS share

    http://blackhorus.github.io/how-to-c...nfs-share.html

    Here's a link on how to configure Ouya to access an NFS share.

    This a simple tutorial I made. I was really tired of copying my roms over usb key every time I wanted to play (I get like ~50GO). I looked over Internet, but didn't found something that work...

    If you need more detail, please feel free to drop me a line...
    Last edited by blackhorus; 12-27-2015 at 04:20 PM. Reason: Link changed

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    I'd recommend using universal init.d to get this to mount on startup, other than that good on ya for writing this up. I have been doing this for a while myself. You can also make an NFS server on your windows box using a free app called HaneWin NFS. It is also worth noting NFS works great with XBMC/SPMC/KODI.
    Last edited by Eldon.McGuinness; 01-01-2015 at 02:44 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eldon.McGuinness View Post
    I'd recommend using universal init.d to get this to mount on startup,
    Yes, that's what I said in the tutorial. As I don't play often, I didn't want to mount the folder on every boot.

    Quote Originally Posted by Eldon.McGuinness View Post
    other than that good on ya for writing this up. I have been doing this for a while myself. You can also make an NFS server on your windows box using a free app called HaneWin NFS. It is also worth noting NFS works great with XBMC/SPMC/KODI.
    Thanks for the tip..

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackhorus View Post
    Yes, that's what I said in the tutorial. As I don't play often, I didn't want to mount the folder on every boot.
    Ahh must have missed it in the tutorial


    For those that want to have the EMU directory mount on its own I wrote an init.d script that works VERY well and will even keep trying to make the connection for 15minutes for those with crappy wifi or connection delays.

    [ OUYA NFS Mount Script via Progressivethink.in ]
    Last edited by Schizophretard; 02-12-2015 at 05:13 AM.

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