Cannot update Storage Group directories, invalid path error


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I'm paraphrasing as it's not in front of me. And I apologize if this ground has been trod before, I can't find it.

I have an SSD boot disk, and a 3tb HDD I want to use for storage. I formatted (ext4) and mounted the HDD, and created a directory there. In all it's path is /media/HTPCstorage/recordings. As in if you were in /var/lib/ you'd go ../../ media/HTPCstorage/recordings
So I go into the mythtv setting to change the storage directories (because /var/lib is a silly place for recordings to go, though since it's guaranteed to exist, I can see why they'd use it) but I get an error (on exit) everytime! Paraphrasing, but it's one of two things: I either get 'path doesn't exist' or it appends an extra / at the end and says /media/HTPCstorage/recordings//.test couldn't be saved. I have tried every variant on the path name I can think of, prepending /, the leading ../../

Can anyone point me in the right direction? I was working on this until very late last night and waited until I could sleep on it to post. No nighttime epiphanies. :( TIA!

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Cannot update Storage Group directories, invalid path error
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I'm paraphrasing as it's not in front of me. And I apologize if this ground has been trod before, I can't find it.

I have an SSD boot disk, and a 3tb HDD I want to use for storage. I formatted (ext4) and mounted the HDD, and created a directory there. In all it's path is /media/HTPCstorage/recordings. As in if you were in /var/lib/ you'd go ../../ media/HTPCstorage/recordings
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