Lately I switched from 12.10 to 13.04 (clean installation) and since then I'm experiencing annoying problem with my network storage.
I have a
MyBookLive network drive connected to wireless router. I keep all my music and movies there, so I can access it from any computer in my house. But since the installation of 13.04 I have annoying buffering problem (slow access to the network HDD): when I listen to the music (located on the network drive) the player (clementine, but rhythmbox does the same thing) plays about 20-30 seconds of the song and then pauses, buffering the file, then again plays next 20 or so seconds, and buffers again...
How can I speed up the mounted
I mount the share in
CIFS/gvfs like that:
//192.168.1.5/PUBLIC /media/MyBookLive cifs credentials=/home/gacek/.smbcredentials,uid=1000,gid=1000 0 0
It is somehow related to this problem
I tried changing the buffer size and other things adding for example the option:
And since I'm using the
PUBLIC share of my NAS, I also tried to mount it as NFS instead of samba, but here I'm experiencing very weird problem:
Tried mounting the share like that:
sudo mount -t nfs 192.168.1.5:Public /media/MyBookLive
I get the error:
mount.nfs: access denied by server while mounting 192.168.1.5:Public
(But the Public share is... well, public, I do not have to have permissions for it).
Any help is appreciated. I just want to listen to some music...