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  1. Blackie

    FreeNAS - Emby Library Access Jail

    Very much a NOOB. I am trying out Emby and Plex on a FreeNAS setup. I used the new Emby plugin (thank you!) Everything runs except: With Emby I can only put SMB shares for Windows into the Library: \\FREENAS\FN-Media\Movies Yet with Plex I can put the jail folders into its libraries: \\FreeNAS\jails\plex\Movies I understand this is not correct and I should be putting the Emby jail folders into its libraries. \\FREENAS\FN-Media\Movies \\192.168.1.219\jails\emby_1\Movies Also tried using // vice \ since I am on windows. When I try this I get: "There was an error adding the media path. Please ensure path is valid and Emby Server Process has access to that location" The jail folders are owned by user root, group wheel. I have made a user emby and assigned it to the group wheel. This user has the same ID as the user emby inside the jail (983). Can't find the solution to this in any post I have seen.
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