Posts by EgLe

    I've always used Plex without a docker.
    Was annoying to update it manually at the beginning.
    But since it can be updated normally I am happy and never understood why I should run it in a docker.... ?

    Had already tested it on a NUC with Debian 10 and Openmediavault 5, so I don't need a docker myself :-)

    Hello @milosta

    Because of your hardware or network problem...

    Had the horny thing with a new NUC :-)

    With Debian Buster my hardware went and I could install OMV5.

    For testing I recommend to simply boot a Debian Buster from USB STick, when that starts up and your network is running your hardware problem should be fixed.

    For testing please use the NonFree version because of the firmware etc....


    What kind of system? amd64 and i386 use the official plex repo. So, if you aren't seeing an update, then there isn't one.....

    Hmm, but this way is not going ;)

    If you used official plex repo:

    deb public main

    so you get this Message:

    And nothing wil be updated ;(

    So the Repo ist "public main" and now message missmatch with "public InRelease" ?(

    the same Massage will get you ift you edit your "nano omv-extras-org.list"

    So the official repo "deb public main" can not used, update this manuel with:

    apt install ./plexmediaserver_1.15.3.876-ad6e39743_amd64.deb
    rm plexmediaserver_1.15.3.876-ad6e39743_amd64.deb

    for the other Links to the newest Plexmedia you can see (select) it in this Link:

    On my System it works fine with update Manuel:

    Maybe, everything is wrong by plex or OMV4 :?:
    i found this posting with my writing Problem in Plexforum:…rver-using-apt-get/238304…nux-server-distributions/

    Hello @vcdwelt

    The change was not a googd idea, after the next update i got more Error.
    So i change the Line back in

    line 109: def remove(wr, selfref=ref(self)):
    line 117: _remove_dead_weakref(d, wr.key)

    but now the system is Bullshit X(

    Hello @raulfg3

    Quote from @raulfg3

    python error is not an error, please search forum for it, and found some workarrounds.

    So this statement is by far the biggest bullshit I've ever read.

    If I install from Debian Phython3.5 and then get OMV4.x and OMV-extra and then get this message it is an error from OMV4.x or OMV4-extra.......

    I myself installed Debian Stable on one machine and Debian Buster on another and now have a NUC with Debian Buster and OMV5 as test and everywhere I get no Python error messages, so this is a bug :!::!::!:

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    Thanks i have now update this manually too.

    But by install i get some "Error", is this bad?

    Hello @ryecoaaron

    Enabling the plex repo in omv-extras add that exact same repo.

    Hmm, i think i understand....
    But on my OMV 4.x is Plex activated and install from OMV-Extra and i think there is no real repo inside ?(

    Code ./public main

    So i have a screencapture from this,...

    ich habe ein Debian-Strech mit OMV 4.x neu am leufen.
    Nun erhalte ich per Webinterface vom Plexserver folgende Meldung:

    Ein Plex Media Server Update für OMV-NAS-i7-4770 steht bereit! Jetzt herunterladen - Diese Version überspringen

    Nun ergibt sich für mich die Frage, sollte man dies aktualisieren, oder lieber warten bis es von den OMV-Extra selbst angeboten wird?

    Oder macht es evtl. Sinn zu meinem Repository diese Zeilen noch mit einzufügen?

    echo deb public main | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/plexmediaserver.list

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    i have a Debian-Strech with OMV 4.x new on run.
    Now I get the following message from the Plex server via web interface:

    A Plex Media Server update for OMV-NAS-i7-4770 is ready! Download now - Skip this version

    Now the question arises for me, should one update this, or rather wait until it is offered by the OMV-Extra itself?

    Or does it make sense to add these lines to my repository?

    echo deb public main | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/plexmediaserver.list


    Habe mir einen OMV-Nas eingerichtet, und nach langen testen auch meine NFS Zugriffe eingerichtet.

    Doch wo und wie finde ich in den Systemprotokolle die Zugriffe von NFS-Verbindungen?

    Wenn ich unter den Systemprotokolle gehe auf die Option "Authentifizierung" sehe ich schön wenn ich mich z.B. per Webinterface einlogge,
    mit der entsprechenden IP-Adresse, aber leider finde ich keine solchen Einträge bei den NFS-Verbindungen :/

    Werden diese von OMV 4.x nicht mit überwacht und aufgelistet?

    Habe in meinem Netzwerk 2 Linux Rechner, 2 Windows10 Rechner und 3 Dreamboxen, und würde gerne auch sehen wer gerade per NFS-Online mit dem OMV-Nas verbunden ist.

    Evtl. sehe ich auch mal wieder vor lauter Bäume den Wald nicht ;)