Download latest deb file and install it,
This is also now configured to autostart on boot-up.
Plex will now be available on your server via your browser. Use your IP or in my case hostname works because I had installed Apple talk, http://plex.local:32400/.
Instructions can be flushed out here,
- How to specify folders to use
- Scan for folders
- Setup to Automatically find new content ect...
Install the Plex App on your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV v4 or Roku. If your viewing device is on the same network it will automatically find your Plex Server and you are ready to go.
Depending on my server, I've seen the "Not Enough Bandwidth to Play..." error message exclusive to my Roku. To resolve this I changed the Transcoder quality by using the browser interface,
- Settings Icon on top right
- Transcoder quality
I change from default to "Make my CPU hurt".
Watch Over the Internet
You can make your Plex server available over the Internet. Go to, Settings, Server, Remote Access and enable. Look at Manually specify port only if you have trouble.
Console will notify and provide a direct link. You may also just download latest from website. After download, change to the directory of the package,
Manually Stop and Start
Using Fix Incorrect Match
Plex uses different resources to match its media against. Normally, these are:
If an item doesn't appear in your preferred Agent's resource, it will not be matched. You can check your preferred Agent resource in the Server Preferences. If the preferred Agent doesn't match the item, you can try a different Agent using the Fix Incorrect Match tool.
Using Plex with a NAS to Store Your Media
... to put instructions here ...
Kodi originally XBMC using Exodus channel
install avahi-utils first
Make sure mount directories allow plex access.
Talks about running Plex on a "headless" real Ubuntu Server Edition - https://www.tech-knowhow.com/2015/07/howto-install-plex-media-server-on-ubuntu-server/