Hey there, sorry about that. I added Emby as a LXC container via helper scripts "bash -c "$(wget -qLO - https://github.com/tteck/Proxmox/raw/main/ct/emby.sh)"" Then I added via Datacenter my share drive 192.168.xx, and when I go into add that directory to Emby, it's not there. I have looked in every directory. Im guessing there is another step to make that SMB/CIFS Storage visable?
So you want to bind-mount a folder from a SMB mountpoint from the PVE host into a LXC. What does your LXC config file look like (its /etc/pve/lxc/YourVMID.conf)? In case that is a unprivileged LXC you might have to fight with user-remapping: https://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Unprivileged_LXC_containers
ok so I got all of that mounted and it looks awesome. Is anyone aware of how to fix this issue, I have tried assigning groups, changing ownership, changed a test folder to 777, and nothing is working. I have a Synology NAS with /volume1/data/Videos/Metadata and I have proxmox mounted to that with /mnt/pve/Synology/data/Videos/Metadata. I installed Emby on the Proxmox and I just want to be able to allow Emby running on Proxmox to be able to write to that folder. I keep getting the error, it sees it there. Here is the Error when I click that folder: Emby Server requires write access to this folder. Please ensure write access and try again. I am racking my brain on this.