In this segment, we are going to show you “How to Install Emby Media Server on OpenMediaVault 5 inside Docker with Portainer using Raspberry Pi 4“
What is Emby Media Server?
Emby (formerly Media Browser) is a media server designed to organize, play, and stream audio and video to a variety of devices. Emby’s source code is mostly open with some closed-source components as of August 2017, releases of the software published via the Emby website are however proprietary and cannot be replicated from source due to the build scripts also being proprietary.
As of version 3.5.3, Emby has been relicensed and is now closed-source, while open source components will be moved to plugins. Due to this a free open-source fork of Emby was created called Jellyfin. Emby uses a client-server model. Emby Server has been developed for Windows, Linux, macOS, and FreeBSD. Users can connect to the server from a compatible client, available on a wide variety of platforms including HTML5, mobile platforms such as Android and iOS, streaming devices such as Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, and Apple TV, smart TV platforms such as LG Smart TV and Samsung Smart TV, and video game consoles including the Xbox 360, and Xbox One.
Source /> Wikipedia
OpenMediaVault Versions :
OpenMediaVault 5 Installation Guide :https://pcmac.biz/openmediavault-5-on-raspberry-pi/
|Raspberry Pi 4||Case|
You can Buy Raspberry Pi 4 Kit from here
Full credit goes to the Linux server.
- Image URL: linuxserver/emby
--- version: "2" services: emby: image: linuxserver/emby container_name: emby environment: - PUID=1000 - PGID=1000 - TZ=Europe/London - UMASK_SET=022 #optional volumes: - /path/to/library:/config - /path/to/tvshows:/data/tvshows - /path/to/movies:/data/movies - /path/for/transcoding:/transcode #optional - /opt/vc/lib:/opt/vc/lib #optional ports: - 8096:8096 - 8920:8920 #optional devices: - /dev/dri:/dev/dri #optional - /dev/vchiq:/dev/vchiq #optional - /dev/video10:/dev/video10 #optional - /dev/video11:/dev/video11 #optional - /dev/video12:/dev/video12 #optional restart: unless-stopped
How to find PUID & PGID
- However, to find PUID and PGID we can use the below-given command.
id name of the user UID : "PUID" GID : "PGID"
Emby Container Configuration
- First of all, we need to navigate to Containers and then click on Add container.
- Then fill the details as mentioned below in the picture, Choose a name for your container and image name as linuxserver/emby.
- Always pull the image option must be checked, if the image is not already downloaded.
- After that, we need to publish 2 new ports i.e 8096 & 8920.
Click to ZOOM
- Once all the steps successfully completed, we can go ahead and click on Deploy the Container.
Access Emby Web Interface
- To access the Emby web interface we need to type the OpenMediaVault IP Address:8096
- After that follow the on-screen instructions to configure Emby or you can refer to our video.
Now, you are all set to use Raspberry Pi 4 as Emby Media Server on OpenMediaVault 5 with the help of Docker.
If you face any issue regarding this article please share your thoughts.
Enjoy using Emby Media Server on Docker using Openmediavault.
Please check out my other articles:
- How to install OpenMediaVault 5 on Raspberry Pi All Models
- OpenMediaVault 5 NAS Server on Raspberry Pi 4
- Plex Media Server on OMV 5 inside Docker with Portainer using RPi 4
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