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  1. Hello I manage to add a public, so not password protected share of a samba server as a library folder, which seems to work just fine. \\servers-hostname-or-address\sharename It took me a while to figure out that I really have to use windows style network share annotation BTW, despite anything here is Unix-ish, including the docker host and the Emby docker image.. so smb:// is simply not understood... Perhaps It would be great the documentation mentioned that somehow. If told where I'd not hesitate to contribute that tiny little However, I'd like my Emby Server to store metadat
  2. TECH3

    Bug after update to

    Hello, I just installed the version of emby and since then I can't find my media. I tried to return to the previous version no change.... I scan my media on a second network server via samba and I have not had any problems so far at this level. Anyone have any ideas? Sincerely.
  3. Emsanator

    Downloaded files are size zero

    Hello I can play videos with SAMBA, but unfortunately the posters and other pictures of the videos can't download to the samba-loaded hard drive. Poster and subtitle files are also included for the folder, but they are zero in size. SAMBA Config: [global] workgroup = WORKGROUP server string = Samba Server Version %v security = USER map to guest = Bad User log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m max log size = 50 idmap config * : backend = tdb cups options = raw syslog only = yes syslog = 2 name resolve order = lmhosts wins bcast host p
  4. hey all, thx for reading. i have freenas jail running emby server, and has been running somewhat happily for some time. im running out of room on the freenas and also have no spare sata connector on the mb, so, i used the hdds from my older nas setup, and booted up another nix type nas OS to use the extra sata and storage. here is my current problem, emby under freenas(freebsd) cannot access the smb or nfs shares unless they seem to be exposed to the current jail. For the love of god, ive tried setting up mount and mount_smbfs, but say "not permitted" emby to use smb o
  5. thalysguimaraes

    Problem accessing a network drive on DietPi

    Hey, I'm trying to configure an Emby server on a RPI3 running DietPi. My media is on a Seagate Personal Cloud NAS, and I was able to mount it using the DietPi disk manager on /mnt/segate, but somehow when I try to configure the library on Emby it doesn't recognize any media. It recognizes the path, but doesn't load anything. I think it's not a misconfiguration on the NAS mount because all other instances installed on DietPi can access the folder. Any thoughts?
  6. Hello, looking to get my home network figured out and then have it reachable externally. I thought I hit all the points - guess not. My setup: My install of Linux Mint. My fstab has been modified to mount at boot another drive so Emby sees it at startup and that part works. Going to http://localhost:8096/web/index.html#!/home.htmlshows the Emby homepage with my media. Problem is I cannot access outside of the box. I have samba installed too for file sharing and here is the section relating to the shared files [Movies] comment = Emby Movies path = /home/toast/Videos/Movies brow
  7. Good evening everybody! I just switched to emby from several years of Plex usage - and so far, I'm loving it. Old setup: Synology Storage with Plex running on it, clients connecting via regular Plex Players or Kodi with PlexBMC-Plugin. Worked until the load on the synologies cpu got too high. New setup: Synology hosts movies and tv shows on samba shares, emby is running on a windows 10 machine (in my own user account), accessing these samba shares. First client is Kodi with emby plugin, accessing via local network (= running on the same machine). First problem: While setting the l
  8. Let me start off by saying while I have a lot of experience with windows server, I am new to Ubuntu/linux, so please forgive me if this is a very easy issue to solve. I am running windows server 2008 R2 on my main server with media stored on several raid arrays and shared via windows file sharing across my network. I also run several virtual machines on this box via hyper-v, one of which is Ubuntu server 16.04 LT (command line only) with Emby Server. The Ubuntu server connects to several of the windows shared folders via CIFS (attached the FSTAB configuration file) and mounts automaticall
  9. Hey Guys, In Emby For Kodi i can setup a password for my samba share to provide direct stream. Is this also possible in emby for Fire TV? For kodi I used following path substitution and it worked just fine: /media -> smb://user:password@@nas.home/videos I know it's not the common one but it worked. Is there a possible workaround for kodi available? Thanks your!
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