Hello, first of all I am amazed.
Why was the Plex plugin abolished now?
Why is it now only possible to work with Plex in a docker environment?
I do not understand the sense. OMV 5 is based on Debian 10 Butcher ? There are official packages from Plex for this.
My media data is located on a separate NAS, which means that I would have to consider several structures via docker to access these drives.
It's easier if Plex is installed directly, then you can use the wonderful "remote mount" tool.
Also, updating Plex in the docker has not always worked for OMV in the past, so I was glad that OMV doesn't use a docker.
Is this docker act, especially what kind of tech freaks?
Just a hint:
- Western Digital
- Terramaster Nas
They all use the direct installation method for Plex, no docker
I have already made friends with the fact that I cannot partition the hard disks during installation and I have to change all this with Gparted.
But if Docker comes into play now, the era of OMV is over for me.
No question Docker is a genius and you can do very good things with it.
But why take out Plex, what deeper sense should it make