Has any one been testing/using the Open Source 'JellyFin' Media server ?
I've been testing it as an alternative to Plex
it is based on the open source portion of Emby and has similar features to plex and Emby
So far I've been impressed, like most open source projects it has a few rough edges
servers and clients are available for a variety of platforms
My main issue is that the QNAP server runs in a docker instance, as a docker 'virgin' , its rather daunting. The windows 10 server runs fine
'free' has its own charm, but I have some other concerns about the future of Plex
1) the live tv/dvr experience is a mess For me would be the only compelling reason to pay for a plex pass
2) they keep trying to add crappy features, like retro games and such
3) they have been bought and are heading in the wrong direction for me, gonna really mess up the user experience
I am using https://www.digi.com/products/networking/infrastructure-management/console-servers/digi-connect-it-16-48 (Digi Connect IT 16), and connecting by LAN to a Windows PC.
I need to add 2 connectors. Can I connect a serial device to a serial port in PC and see it as a COM port in the local PC?
Can Serial to Ethernet (https://www.serial-server.net/serial-device-server/serial-to-ethernet/) do this? How to configure it?
hey forum member, need some help
this evening , there has been continual attempts to remotely log onto my QNAP Nas
about every 15 seconds
see the attached notification screen shot
I have disabled the default admin account and the real obscure administrator account has a very secure password
what should I do next? should I be worried?
Hello guys, i have a HP ProLiant ml350p g8 I had installed one gpu card rx580 strix and I had used one gpu frequency management call asus gpu tweakll, when I change gaming mode to silence mode my computer restart and I saw one red light on the motherboard, I fix the problem I had installed one old version of the asus tweakll, now the computer works well, but the red light still on, I used the software OCCT I checked psu memory gpu voltages run many testes and pass in all tests, I try to find in the manual what this red light is but I can't find, thanks for the help.
So I'm trying to replace my ageing HP Proliant Microserver N54L. It's used as a general dogs body server, running Blue Iris, Plex and as my NAS server.
I'm on a pretty tight budget but the poor server is always at 90% + CPU because of the CCTV and I'm looking at adding a second camera soon.
Is there such a thing as a reasonably priced ECC home server build?
My MVP is 8GB ECC memory, with 4 threads on the CPU.
I'd prefer a small form factor but that's like gold dust unless you throw a lot of $$££€€ at it. I've got to get this past my partner you see 😅
Any ideas? I'm not loyal to any particular brand, so long as it works.