Anyone that claims to speak on behalf of the universe is either a liar or a fool
Hmmm. I’m thinking maybe that phantom movie that was in your jf library was originally not in it’s own movie directory but in the root of your movies folder. It’s maybe possible that jellyfin then deleted the entire root directory of that movie when you hit delete, which would be your root movies folder.
Never heard of this happening before but it’s conceivably possible. Was the entire movie directory deleted or just everything inside it?
If you have a piece if media in your jf library and its been deleted from disk, the first thing you should do is run a library scan which should remove any deleted files from your library.
Where exactly did you click ‘remove media’? I can’t find that anywhere, the only thing close to that is ‘delete media’ which will obviously delete the file. If you dont want jellyfin to be able to delete files, you can set your file permissions to disallow write access to groups/all and run jellyfin as a different user than the owner of the file. Just make sure it still has read access to your files.
I can’t quite figure out how it deleted all of your movies in that library. Did you click the remove option in the library page under the dashboard? I dont think that should actually delete your files, just remove the library from jf.
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Is piracy scene so small nowadays that this kind of bickering between two people is shaking it in its entirety?
apparently. also video game piracy scene seems to attract the worst elements of the gamer scene in general. I never really venture beyond GGN as they pretty much have everything I could ever need and a very good community. Also I just stick with downloading console games, if a AAA release is good enough to play then I’ll pay for it.
FYI if you’re using jellyfin and find the interface not to your liking, the kodi jellyfin plugin integrates your jellyfin library into kodi movies/tv/etc categories. I just started using it and its very cool
That’s generally why you dont use weird characters like that in passwords you have to type yourself.
In this case you’re basically limited to two options.
Easiest option: Boot into a rescue media and repair your installation (details depend on your distro)
Or add a serial console and connect to it through another system attached to the server, hopefully you can paste the weird characters from your password.
I’d go with option one first as it seems like you might just have some misxonfigured Mount options.
You should look into enabling zram swap
Usb flash is slower than sata flash which is slower than ram cache.
I’d suggest building your own and using truenas scale as it has a bunch of bundled docker images you can run with minimal effort.
Oh? What’s the problem?