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Jephisto posted a topic in General/WindowsSince upgrading to Emby 220.127.116.11, I noticed a few of my movie collections getting duplicated. It seems to be related to the presence of the Ampersand character in the set name. (Note: This is on an ASUSTOR AS-5304T NAS). Here's the example of "Harold & Kumar Collection": I've attempted to delete one or the other collection. But the duplication keeps coming back. In the "nfo" of each movie, I see the following line: <set>Harold & Kumar Collection</set> I've deleted both collections and changed the set in the "nfo" to: <set>Harold and Kumar Collection</set> Well, then (after a metadata scan) it shows 3 collections: And in the "nfo", I now see 2 set tags: <set tmdbcolid="30663"> <name>Harold & Kumar Collection</name> </set> <set tmdbcolid="30663"> <name>Harold and Kumar Collection</name> </set> At this point, I am running out of workaround strategies. Hence my cry for help. Thank you so much for your assistance! Jeff
JMLatemby posted a topic in LinuxHi there, during "dpkg -i emby-server-deb_18.104.22.168_amd64.deb" on Debian, the following warning message is issued: Checking the user definitions for user "emby", the above-mentioned wrong shell entry is indeed present: admin@emby:~# cat /etc/passwd | grep ^emby emby:x:998:998:Emby Server:/var/lib/emby:/usr/bin/nologin The correct nologin shell definition under Debian is "/usr/sbin/nologin". I did adjust the entry accordingly.