NETAPP is the ability to have your app.bin's, osd.bin's, wdtvext plugins, and anything else really located on one of your xmounts.
Anyone running 0.4.5.3+ can try, by putting the below in net.config on an attached USB device at first
- NFS (with predefined hostname):
crazymount NETMOUNT mbl-01:/nfs
cracymount NETMOUNT 192.168.1.10:/nfs
crazymount NETMOUNT //192.168.0.123/SomeShare
crazymount accepts either a disk location for manual scanning, or a remote share address which it will hash and mount in /tmp/mnt automagically.
You can't use a read-only xmount with anything except cramfs app/osd bins, because other filesystems require write access (even if mounted ro)!
Once you have confirmed NETAPP works from the USB device, THEN move that net.config to /conf/net.config.
NOTE: It is possible to put your device into an unusable state by supplying an invalid /conf/config in versions under 0.5.0.0. This is why its stated to get this working from USB first. You have been warned!