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Luke

After trying changing every tls setting, nothin has word.

 

I install the lastest beta and the problem was still there.

 

I recheck my setting but after going on you web page,the url should http://localhost:8096 but the install is using https://192.168.1.147:8920/

 

Is it possible to fix the url when we update your package?

 

Thanks.

 

Unfortunately it's not possible, not without removing support for the SSL port entirely. This is happening because we add 8920 to the app manifest to authorize Emby to use the port, and as a result, QNAP wants to prefer SSL by default. But it's a chicken and egg scenario because you can't use the SSL port until you've first set it up in Emby.

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neodago

Hello, I have installed the emby server version 4.2.1.0 in the QNAP TS453Be.

Now there is a new version available: 4.3.0.30. Since the app is not available in the qnap official app center, I have to download the package from the emby site.

But if I install then new version over the old one will I lose all the current settings? I mean, do I have to setup the server from scratch?

Thank you.

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acura4ever

All your setting will be kept. I did the same things and everything works.

 

Just don't forget to reboot your nas afterwards. If not your emby will not be updated.

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neodago

All your setting will be kept. I did the same things and everything works.

 

Just don't forget to reboot your nas afterwards. If not your emby will not be updated.

Thank you for the fast reply!

So, the correct procedure is:

1) downlaod the installer file emby-server-qnap_4.3.0.30_x86_64.qpkg

2) manually install the new qpkg file without removing the old one

3) reboot the nas

 

Is this correct?

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acura4ever

Yes, exactly. The update will take 1 minute. Rebooting the nas and be ready to use it, will take 2-3 minutes.

 

To confirm that that update is done, just go to emby page and verify the version.

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neodago

Yes, exactly. The update will take 1 minute. Rebooting the nas and be ready to use it, will take 2-3 minutes.

 

To confirm that that update is done, just go to emby page and verify the version.

 

All worked. Very easy.

Thank you for the tips.

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Txipiron_

I've got a QNAP TS-832X with 8Gb of RAM. It uses a Cortex-A57 Alpine AL-324 processor and I've tried to install the QNAP Arm64 (aarch64) but the app doesn't start. Is it the right version I've installed?

Thank you

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Luke

I've got a QNAP TS-832X with 8Gb of RAM. It uses a Cortex-A57 Alpine AL-324 processor and I've tried to install the QNAP Arm64 (aarch64) but the app doesn't start. Is it the right version I've installed?

Thank you

Hi, what exactly happens when you try to start?

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Txipiron_

Hi, what exactly happens when you try to start?

Hi Luke,

Emby starts on the QNAP but when I go to the url http://QNAP_IP:8096 the initial webpage doesn't start.

 

Thank you

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Luke

Hi Luke,

Emby starts on the QNAP but when I go to the url http://QNAP_IP:8096 the initial webpage doesn't start.

 

Thank you

Have you tried localhost directly on the QNAP?

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Txipiron_

Have you tried localhost directly on the QNAP?

Hi Luke,

 

My QNAP has not web interface, so I can't try it. 

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