Aperature not recognizing the Live book Duo

bgsnmky

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I have a live book duo setup to hold all my pictures (the actual files) and then I use aperture to organize etc. But I still keep the originals in the live duo.

I just got aperture about 6 months ago and want to start moving the pictures over..but aperture is not recognizing the live book. It shows up in finder just fine, but when I go to import files aperture only shows local host and does not see the external drive on the network.

Should it? is there some setting?
 

maflynn

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What format is the drive set up as and how are you connecting to the drive.

I found some external disks do not have the proper network services that are compatible to Aperture (or Time Machine for that matter). Aperture expects AFP instead of SMB which is a MS protocol.
 

bgsnmky

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Sep 22, 2012
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What format is the drive set up as and how are you connecting to the drive.

I found some external disks do not have the proper network services that are compatible to Aperture (or Time Machine for that matter). Aperture expects AFP instead of SMB which is a MS protocol.
hmmmm not sure how to figure the format…it was a while ago I set it up. Thinking on it. - I know I have it setup as RAID so it does my time machine 3tb dedicated to that and 3 dedicated to storage. Is there a way for me to look at the 'file info" to answer you. (sorry not real technically inclined!!)

But it is connected direct to the modem/router. I did it that way so it could be read by the mac air also. I have contemplated adding it direct to my iMac as it is so slow. but wanted to make sure the mac air can still get to it.
 
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