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  1. Hello When I try to add a path on an external hard disk, it does not appear in the library section, but I can access it through the file browser on the system. attention: I am using raspberry pi OS. thank you.
  2. Hello I am setting up my brande new Raspberry Pi4 (4GB) and I have few questions. I am using RASPBIAN 10 Buster 1. Which installation wy is better/appriopriate a) echo 'deb http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/emby/Debian_Next/ /' > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/emby-server.list apt-get update apt-get install emby-server Should I use mono or amrhf version? https://emby.media/linux-server.html Debian Armv7 (armhf) Download emby-server-deb_4.4.1.0_armhf.deb dpkg -i emby-server-deb_4.4.1.0_armhf.deb Open a web browser to http://localhost:8096 2. Any other im
  3. wickedlemon

    Slow - almost non-existent - scan

    Hi New user and first post so hopefully I'm posting in the right place and it's not full of (too) stupid questions! I recently installed Emby Server on Windows 10, just to see what it actually did and get a feel of how it actually worked. I've now decided to set up Emby on a Raspberry Pi 2. I don't need it for streaming/transcoding, purely for pulling metadata, so I'm not concerned about any of the Pi's power limitations. I installed 4.0.0.2 on a fresh install of Raspbian and started to set it up, adding libraries, plugins as I had done under Windows. Then I noticed that the scanni
  4. justwondering

    Emby Server on Raspberry Pi crashing

    I have Emby server 3.4.1.31 beta on a Raspberry Pi 3B+ with Raspbian Stretch (2018-06-27), and the server crashes constantly. I upgraded to the beta from 3.4.1.0 for unrelated reasons (problems with .AppleDouble files) but I believe the crashes were happening under that release too. It's just Emby crashing. Raspbian continues fine, and I can login and restart Emby with no problems. It seems to crash when left alone for too long, or anytime I make too many changes to the library contents (adding, removing, or renaming video files). Attached are three crash logs from today. Any help woul
  5. I finally, with the help of a friend (I have ZERO Linux experience) have set up Emby server on my R-Pi. I have it so it can read the drive I have plugged in (finally) and I have the folders associated with the appropriate movies, tv shows, music, etc. Everything works (Meta data shows, I can edit titles so it gets the proper meta data; the whole shabang) exactly as it did when I ran emby server on Windows 10, except when I go to play a video or song, it gives me this: "Playback Error - No compatible streams are currently available. Please try again later or contact your system administrato
  6. I can get Emby Server to install ok on Raspbian. I can load it up and everything works, except that it can't read my storage device. Raspbian file explorer sees the storage and I can view the movies, but when I type that path to add to my library, it says it's not valid. I have zero experience here. I'm just googling what I can, but a lot of it is over my head. Can someone please help me out with a ELI5? Thank you!
  7. Kitraha

    Install emby on Raspbian

    Hello, I trying to install emby on a raspberry pi 3 (Raspbian). I have followed the steps: https://software.opensuse.org/download.html?project=home%3Aemby&package=emby-server Debian 8.0 1) echo 'deb http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/emby/Debian_8.0/ /' > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/emby-server.list ok 2) apt-get update ok 3)apt-get install emby-server root@raspberrypi:~# apt-get install emby-server Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you h
  8. Hi, I successfully installed an emby server on my RPi2 with raspbian (jessie) using this guide: https://discourse.osmc.tv/t/howto-install-emby-server/6364 Everything seems to work fine. Except one annoying thing... My problem is similar to this post: http://emby.media/community/index.php?/topic/24157-webclient-recursive-library-scan-missing-mediainfo/ There's a Media Info section at the bottom of any video page (using the web-app). It only shows me "container" and "path" (as shown in Pic 1). Nothing else... The server can't get any video mediainfos. I never had this iss
  9. Hello everyone, I am looking for a little guidance. I recently purchased a Raspberry Pi 2. What I want is to install MB on the Pi, and connect an external hard drive to create a media server that can be accessed by anyone on my network via the MB web interface or smartphone app. The issue that I am having trouble with is installing the server on Pi 2. I started out with Raspbian and tried to install MB using the new debian instructions, thinking that Raspbian is a fork of debian. However, this did not work. I got to thinking, Pi runs on ARM, so I'm (pretty) sure the traditional debian
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