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  1. Guest

    Stop autostart of server

    Hi there, I went through the service scripts for the emby-server service, both on the systemd and the /etc/init side, but I haven't found any option where to disable the emby-server service completely, because I want to start my own emby-server instance manually without any need for a service. Other services have an "FOO_ENABLE=0" or something similar in an /etc/service.conf file, is there such an option for emby? Thank you
  2. Hello, using the latest versions (if I mistake not from 3.2 onwards) of Emby on Debian Jessie, if I use the command "systemctl stop emby-server" Emby does not stop gracefully and "Main" process remains alive. The only way to stop Emby is killing the process with the "kill" command. This problem is related to how systemd stops the processes and probably in the last updates you have been changed the start script "/usr/bin/emby-server" or systemd unit configuration file "/lib/systemd/system/emby-server.service". Sorry for my bad English. Thank you for your wonderful work. Carlo
  3. thatoneguy99

    Emby-Server upgrade

    Good morning. I do not use an init.d script to run Emby. I use a systemd script to autostart my server. The problem is during an upgrade. Post installation script for Emby tries to run update-rc.d but since I do not have an startup script in the init.d folder I get an error that the install failed. How can i make the post installation script complete? Is there a way to turn off this functionality of the upgrade process? Any information is helpful! Thank you!
  4. prcutler

    emby-service won't start (Fedora 25)

    Hi all, I noticed a while back that emby-server isn't starting automatically in systemd for me and I finally had some time to troubleshoot. I'm running Fedora 25 and I've made sure dnf / yum are up to date and made sure I'm using the repos from this post in the Fedora thread: https://emby.media/community/index.php?/topic/13398-fedoracentos-rpm/page-15 emby-server does run if I start manually as sudo, but if I try to enable the service, I get the following error: systemctl status emby-server -l ● emby-server.service - Emby Media Server Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/emby
  5. harisund

    CentOS7 / systemd script broken

    Here's the situation. I am installing the latest server on Cent OS 7. First, there's a file called /etc/default/emby-server. This contains actual values. Second, there's a file called /etc/emby-server.conf . This is fully commented out. Then, there's /usr/lib/emby-server/emby-server.sh. This file begins by sourcing "/etc/default/emby-server", and then over riding it by sourcing /etc/emby-server.conf. So far so good. If a user wants to over ride values, he/she edits /etc/emby-server.conf and everything is dandy. Now, the /usr/lib/systemd/system/emby-server.service is wher
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