Jellyfin setup on Raspberry Pi 3 Debian 9(stretch)
wget -nv -O- https://get.docker.com/ | sh
my drive is hfsplus usb 2TB
get the usb UUID from
pretty print drive locations
lsblk -o NAME,FSTYPE,SIZE,MOUNTPOINT,LABEL
followed this, with special attention to the order. Drive must be unmounted before running fsck.
note: this is probably not a good idea if any of the media need transcoding.
another note: was able to install the open source verion of Emby called JellyFin, using Docker: https://hub.docker.com/r/jellyfin/jellyfin
sudo apt install apt-transport-https dirmngr
I wanted to have an outside domain name resolve to a computer inside my local private network. I am tyring out duckdns.org to handle the resolution. The DNS resolves fine outside of my local network, yet locally the fqdn will not resolve. To enable this, a local dns needs to handle the request, routing to the local server.
This is where the raspberry pi dns comes in. I'm running Raspbian GNU/Linux 9 (stretch), a Debian variant. http://www.raspbian.org/
I have been unable to get dnsmasq to start correctly on reboot. Nothing stands out in
sudo service dnsmasq status shows one particular line that is different from the status of a reboot vs a manual service restart: