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  1. Hello When I try to add a path on an external hard disk, it does not appear in the library section, but I can access it through the file browser on the system. attention: I am using raspberry pi OS. thank you.
  2. I´m using Raspberry pi 4 B with Raspbian with a Samsung external HD with 1TB. I have installed Emby Server 4.5.0.50 and it runs well. But I can´t add library on external HD. I tried many ways to fill the Add Library field unsuccessfully. I tried enter the path manually or searching by the "lens" until the folder that I want. In this case: /media/pi/10F9-2FC8 or /media/pi/10F9-2FC8/series I know that I need to change the permissions of folders so: pi@raspberrypi:/media/pi $ sudo chmod 777 10F9-2FC8/ pi@raspberrypi:/media/pi $ ls -l total 64 drwxr-xr-x
  3. buddyweiser

    Server on Raspberry Pi 3B

    Complete Linux noob here. I am trying to learn a bit about raspberry Pi and linux, linux based file systems, permissions, terminal commands etc, and decided the project I want to start on is a emby server on a raspberry pi I can use for travel, that will be attached to a 2tb external hdd containing a small portion of my home media library. However I am encountering numerous issues. I was wondering if someone has possibly made a guide on getting Emby Server up and running on a Raspberry Pi? I am encountering all sorts of issues that I am fairly certain have to do with file permissions. This is
  4. Hello, I am hoping someone can help me out. I've been using Emby for quite a while and rarely have any issues, but I've been having one that i just can't seem to figure out. I need more space on my internal drives for games. Since I had a nearly empty external drive attached to my PC I figured I could just move my media files to it. So i moved some of the files, added the new locations to the library and thought nothing of it. The rest of my library that is on my internal drive works fine on the server. A couple of months have passed since then and I didn't realize there was an issue.
  5. Ciao, oggi ho installato tantissimi media manager e Emby mi sembra quello più completo. Spero che possa soddisfare anche una mia necessità specifica: la mia collezione video è distribuita su più hard disk esterni (che non sono collegati al PC) e ogni volta che voglio guardare un video non ricordo mai su quale hard disk si trova. Mi piacerebbe che Emby, al momento di importare i file video dall'hard disk esterno, tenesse in memoria la label dell'hard disk o almeno che mi permettesse di assegnare un tag o un campo custom a tutti i file importati da uno stesso hard disk. Ovviamente non
  6. Hi every one, I really hope you'll be able to help me. I just installed an Emby Server on my RaspBerry 2 with RaspBian OS with ethernet connection. The server just works fine. I plugged an External HDD in NTFS format, I'm able to see it and its content on my RaspBerry with SSH, but when I want to add my movies, which are in my HDD, I choose "add libraries" on Emby, go to "/media/pi/HDD" and it shows me a blank space, like nothing were in it. I try to change permissions, try to "mount" my hdd, try to download some drivers for NTFS support, but nothing works yet. I'm starting to los
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