Emby users - ref: files permissions

  • You mentioned user and group ID number, hmm..


    In my case on OMV I see:

    uid=1002(emby) gid=100(users) groups=100(users)


    and on emby server:

    id emby

    uid=998(emby) gid=998(emby) groups=998(emby),0(root),44(video),107(render),1000(yuriw)


    So then are not equal ...

  • Not equal, but that may or may not matter. It depends on what the sharing protocol expects.


    Where and what is this emby server?

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  • A suggestion. Run Emby in a docker on the same machine that has the media files on it. This would be your OMV machine, right?

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  • A suggestion. Run Emby in a docker on the same machine that has the media files on it. This would be your OMV machine, right?


    That's not an option for me, I run on R Pi so it maybe overloaded.


    I am interested about delete files failure in general, but it's not that I can't live without :)


    If I use say 3d party file managers (say from iOS iPad) I have no issues to delete any file.


    In addition I want to touch OMV as little as possible and have it do NAS functions only as found that maybe fragile, maybe because my ignorance.

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