I was happily running my Android TV boxes (they used Kodi aka “TV Centre”) to map to a few SMB shares on my Fedora 30 PC. Last night I upgraded to Fedora 31. As of then I cannot get an SMB connection to Fedora (although from Windows I got it to work).
I running in permissive SELINUX mode, and port 445 is open on the firewall. I’ve set
client min protocol = NT1
which allowed the ES File Explorer on my phone to work again, but Kodi does not see the shares at all. If I browse it doesn’t even detect the SAMBA server.
I’m guessing there is something going on with the new version of SAMBA. Any ideas how I can get this to work and redeem myself in the eyes of my family?!