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  1. Hello! I'm having a problem today while trying to setup emby on a "Feral Hosting" Server. If you look in the title you can see my main error.... I've made sure the files ffmpeg and ffprobe are executable. I'm not sure if emby has any permissions or not based on this piece from your emby wizard "For Linux on Arch Linux, CentOS, Debian, Fedora, OpenSuse, or Ubuntu, you must grant the Emby system user at least read access to your storage locations." This could be my main problem not too sure, but it got into my media folder just fine... I'm using the latest 3.4.2 build. I've also tried linking directly to the ffmpeg file itself with no luck. I'm a huge beginner when it comes to this stuff so I'm sorry if I haven't provided enough info about this problem
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