In order for this to work efficiently and without many errors, three (3) separated folders for your TV, Movies and Music are automatically generated for you which are in the following locations: If you do not want to continue seeding the files you can easily move them via the File Manager which your ru Torrent provides (look at the tabs at the bottom).Moving your files with FTP If you are not using ru Torrent as your torrent client, then the only alternative is to use an FTP client (such as File Zilla) and move the files you want in the appropriate Plex directories.
I set out on my quest and found it was actually fairly easy.
I use the download link provided by PMS, but had to learn how to use awk to get my version numbers.
In my home lab running ESXi through my VMUG Advantage EVALexperience (shameless plug, I know), I have an ubuntu VM I built specifically for PMS with 2 v CPUs & 4GB of RAM.
I then set up the mounts for my Synology NAS where my movie folders are so they’re mounted at boot, installed PMS, configured libraries, did some customizations, and BOOM! After a week or so, the web interface showed my server was out of date.
So until that improves we've taken the feature away from the OSX release.
You can try to enable it via the hidden config file in /programdata/config/system, set Enable Library Monitor to Enabled I see.I’m sure many of you know of Plex Media Server (PMS) and how awesome it can be for letting your kids watch your movies on the go.It likely needs no introduction, but if you’d like to learn more, please click Plex Media Server to be taken to their site.Apart from that, the mono runtime is clearly the reason why Emby on Mac OS X is so buggy, sluggish and unstable. I appreciate all the work that's being put into Emby's development.I'd really wish there was a true Mac OS version of Emby and not a ported one. And the newer Mac-versions are clearly more stable then before.I did some googling and found a script on github that was basically what I was looking for, but 1) was very long; and 2) required my username & password in the script.