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  1. nvm, i found the option =P
  2. I installed Emby server following the instructions (I tried this on both Fedora and Ubuntu). On this page here, for instance https://emby.media/downloads/linux-server/ for the Fedora section, it says do the following -> Install emby server wget http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/emby/Fedora_22/home:emby.repo -O /etc/yum.repos.d/emby.repo dnf install emby-server Start emby server systemctl start emby-server But emby-server has already been started before I execute the systemctl command. Why is that? I wanted to change the defaults in the /etc/emby-server.conf file (values like pid file, user/group name, application directory) and so on. However, before I got a chance to do that, emby went ahead and polluted /var/lib/emby-server under the "emby" user. Services in Fedora / Red Hat aren't supposed to auto start. they do so in debian, but not so in the RHEL world. Anyway I can install emby-server and not have it auto start with what it thinks the configuration variables should be and have the system admin allow over rides for those before starting, like every other sane service out there?
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