I've got a Raspberry Pi 2 on which I run Plex Media Server.
Now I want to mount my AirPort Time Capsule, where I save all the movies and tv shows, to my raspberry Pi 2. Then I should be able to chose the media folder as the source folder used in Plex.
The Raspberry Pi is directly connected to the AirPort Time Capsule via Ethernet. Anyone could help me out?
I've tried multiple google search results but didn't work out for me so far.
Here are some information of my setup: AirPort Time Capsule 2 TB:
ip: 77.22.XX.XX Lan ip: 192.168.XX.XX Drive name: Data
Drive access with device password - not user specific - need to change that?
I've tried this: How to mount Time Capsule from Raspberry Pi
But it gives me a mount error 13: "access denied"
Edit: I've set drive access to user specific now. If I go to the file management on the raspberry - go to - network I can see my network shared devices. I see the Airport Time Capsule in 3 different versions. Two of them don't require a user/password but are empty and the third one offers me to enter user and password but gives me 2 error notifications: 1.) error kFPAuthContinue from server and 2.) selected location is not mounted. The one with the password has the following information: name: AirPort Time Capsule (Datei-Freigabe) | location: network:/// | destination file: afp://AirPort-Time-Capsule.local:548/ | if that helps in any way
What exactly am I doing wrong? Which commands do I need to enter. Please be nice I'm an absolute noob ;) Cheers