This actually began as a question but I solved it so I just have a thought which might be harder to answer since it is about my LG Magic Remote.
Anyway my problem was this:
So on my NAS (Asustor AS5004-T) I have the following:
- Enabled NFS (ofc)
- Access Control > Shared Folders > selected folder "Media" and then "Access Rights"
- Folders - Access Rights: User "khadas" with R/W
- NFS Privileges:
Client Address: My Khadas VIM2 internal IP
Privilege: Read & Write
khadas (1000)root (0)
Allow connections from non-reservered ports (greater then 1024): Yes
I solved it by changing the root mapping of the NFS-settings of my share on my NAS from "khadas (1000)" to "root (0)".
I tried looking through this: NFS - Official Kodi Wiki
But IMHO it wasn't clear that the user and uid Kodi was running under was "root" and "0".
I guess I've always could SSH into Kodi and run "id" but then I connect using "root" in order to SSH so I guess "id" will only return the id of the user I am currently logged in as, which in "root"s case is:
Anyway now to my question:
Is it possible to use the LG Magic Remote's mouse-function (i.e. cursor) to enter menus and control Kodi?
It works via HDMI-CEC so up/down/left/right, enter, back works but thinking about the cursor you can use to navigate and control the LG webOS and the apps (Netflix etc.). Perhaps this is only for apps that are coded to support it and run in LGs webOS?