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Hi Guys, I know this is a bit of an old topic but I am having trouble installing the emby package on my DS213j. No matter what I do it doesn't show up. I read the instructions on the main website but I am still having trouble getting the package to install. Can someone point me in the right direction or help me with this?
alexrelish posted a topic in LinuxBig user of Emby here, but about 2 months ago I've came across a problem that really screwed me over. I installed Emby via the third party repository (now you get Emby with a .deb file), and after a failed Emby upgrade, Emby's repository messed with my dependencies, deleting core system packages in the process. My system was a Debian server on version 9.1. Luckily I had backups, so I reinstalled, but I did not install Emby because I was scared of losing my dependencies again. Now I'm Emby-less. So devs, can you please consider getting Emby into the official repositories for major distributions? This will make installing Emby a lot less of a hassle and ensure a more stable system. Thank you.
Hi, I have been trying to set up Emby server on my Raspberry Pi 2 running Debian 8. I have done this before using the source code and manual configuration. However, I keep reading on forums that Emby Debian repo should 'just work' (with exception of ffmpeg - which cannot be distributed due to licensing issues) and give me required packages including emby-server, mono-runtime, imagemagick (q8) and others. However, I am unable to get anything other than emby-server from that repository. If I check for apt-cache policy of mono-runtime, it defaults to the default Debian repo. Also, the ImageMagick packages available in default Debian repo are all q16. While Emby repo should provide me with q8 packages, apt-cache search for those packages return nothing. In short, only emby-server package is being detected from Emby Debian repo. What's going on here? Is there a repository way to obtain rest of the packages? I'd rather not go through the hassle of manual compilation again.