Linux 32-bit: SoulseekQt-2016-1-17-32bit.tgz
Linux 64-bit: SoulseekQt-2016-1-17-64bit.tgz
See the Changelog for list of features and fixes.
I can't test for this since I don't have a NAS drive in my possession. I'll try to get my hands on one, by until then I fear I am unable to look into this problem.
At what point exactly in the user interface process does it freeze? Maybe I can find some information about an incompatibility between a Qt component and NAS online.
When i add the NAS path to the shared folders it does not accept it.
That is it accepts the entry but it does not show up in de shared directory's.
When i make a virtual driveletter for it it freezes at the moment of typing enter at the shared directory's.
Maybe it's just Soulseek scanning the NAS, but i can't tell because i get no more information then a frozen situation... And it does so with the regular version of Soulseek too.
I'm currently testing with a NAS. And I believe SoulSeek is only taking a lot of time to scan the folder I shared.
I'll get back to you as soon as this is done.
I'm currently going through the same issue. However when logging into my NAS I noticed heavy CPU activity, which can only be explained by SoulSeek's connection.
I'm going to let SoulSeek run as long as I can, and i'll get back to you with the result.
See the last post in this thread for information about the difficulties SoulseekQt and Qt in general has with NAS.