Sgt. Evans wrote:Quite unobvious, I must say: Qmultimedia location was somehow different from what WinSCP shows me. May be that's because Twonky doesn't distinguish folders from shortcuts, I'm not sure).
Hm... well, Twonky is preconfigured correct, so why change
? Further on, Twonky has a [Browse] option - from where we can see, what is available
Of course: For less-integrated packets, you might have ot reference the effective Linux-root file path.
The point is that all shared folders managed for user access are repreented as symlinks in /shares/[sharename] - effectivley pointing to /share/[volume]/[shareredfolder] - so for the outside view - in Windows, In AFP, in FTP, in NFS, and also for Twonky, the "shared" root is located there, all references on the NAS are always sharename centric.
The difference is not caused by WinZIP, but by using sftp protocol - which is not from the ftp family, much more it's an ssh shell access - where you have access to the NAS Linux root. And the shared root for the shared foflders is not nessecarely the same like the Linux root.