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Plex Media Server is a media server for hosting your own media on Linux.  Similar to the functionality of NetFlix, it can also stream music and photos.
  
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== Current Version ==
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== Installation ==
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To install Plex Media Server, simply use emerge:
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You then connect to <code>http://localhost:32400/manage</code> in your favorite web browser and follow the prompts.  If you are doing this on a remote server via SSH, you may need to setup a tunnel to create this connection.
 
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Revision as of 19:39, June 24, 2014

media-tv/plex-media-server


Current Maintainer(s):Ryan McLean
Source Repository:Bliss Overlay

Summary: Plex Media Server is a free media library that is intended for use with a plex client available for OS X, iOS, Android and various other devices.


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Plex Media Server is a media server for hosting your own media on Linux. Similar to the functionality of NetFlix, it can also stream music and photos.

Current Version

  • Plex Media Server

Installation

To install Plex Media Server, simply use emerge:

# emerge media-tv/plex-media-server

You then connect to http://localhost:32400/manage in your favorite web browser and follow the prompts. If you are doing this on a remote server via SSH, you may need to setup a tunnel to create this connection.