I have a ASUS O!Play HD media center hard-drive thingie. It has a 2TB hard drive which is formatted in
NTFS, and runs some version of
The UI for this thing is awful, and every time I turn it on I have to navigate through endless trees to find the show I was watching yesterday and continue. Since I can't hack a "recently played" menu in there and I don't want to go rearranging the very neat file structure, I've decided I can resolve the issue with symlinks
I used mklink commands and tried the following
- Symbolic Link /D - worked, but the oplay shows the folder as empty
- Hard Link /H - access denied
- Directory Junction /J - worked, but the oplay shows the folder as empty
Can anyone help?