Complete Linux noob here. I am trying to learn a bit about raspberry Pi and linux, linux based file systems, permissions, terminal commands etc, and decided the project I want to start on is a emby server on a raspberry pi I can use for travel, that will be attached to a 2tb external hdd containing a small portion of my home media library. However I am encountering numerous issues. I was wondering if someone has possibly made a guide on getting Emby Server up and running on a Raspberry Pi? I am encountering all sorts of issues that I am fairly certain have to do with file permissions. This is what I have so far: most recent version of Raspbian Buster installed and fully updated at time of writing; newest stable version of Emby Server(184.108.40.206 for armhf); small test library(2 movies and 2 shows with a couple episodes and all images and metadata from my home server)located at home/pi/embymedia/(i tried to connect the ext hdd but emby server would not see it when adding library folders, i think maybe because it is NTFS file system but not sure).
If there is a guide somewhere can someone please direct me to it? If not, these are some of the issues I am currently experiencing:
1- When browsing library in server dashboard, no images display for my media, even though they are located in the appropriate folders.
2- Playback Error- No compatible streams are currently available. Please try again later or contact your system administrator for details.
3- Cannot get Emby server to recognize usb hdd when adding folders to library
At the completion of this project i hope to upgrade my status of linux noob to halfway novice but any help will be appreciated in my endeavor!