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Server implemented in java. Has very good default transcoding profiles for several clients, but lacks good information for headless servers.
 
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A list with all options can be found [http://ps3mediaserver.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=254&hilit=pms.conf#p15283 here].
 
A list with all options can be found [http://ps3mediaserver.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=254&hilit=pms.conf#p15283 here].
 
Edit the system-wide configuration file:
 
{{hc|/etc/conf.d/pms|2=
 
PMS_USER='<user name to run it as>'
 
}}
 
Make sure that you place your configuration file in /home/<user name to run it as>/.config/PMS/PMS.conf
 
 
{{hc|May not be necessary on all systems|
 
# mkdir /opt/pms/database
 
# chown <username> /opt/pms/database
 
}}
 
  
 
== Run as a daemon ==
 
== Run as a daemon ==
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== Indexing ==
 
== Indexing ==
 
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This should be done automgically upon starting the service, but if it doesn't, this is how to do it manually:
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* Browse the logs to see at what ip-address and port pms has started the built-in webservice
 
* Use your web browser to go to: <nowiki>http://<ip-address-of-your-server>:5001/console/home</nowiki> and click on 'index files and folders'
 
* Use your web browser to go to: <nowiki>http://<ip-address-of-your-server>:5001/console/home</nowiki> and click on 'index files and folders'
 
* After the indexing has ended, you are done.
 
* After the indexing has ended, you are done.

Revision as of 20:08, 2 December 2013

Server implemented in java. Has very good default transcoding profiles for several clients, but lacks good information for headless servers.

Installation

Install pmsAUR from AUR.

Configuration

The default install location is /opt/pms and the config file is at /opt/pms/PMS.conf, there are comments describing what each option is for.

If running headless on a server

Operating Mode
minimized = true

If you don't want your entire filesystem to be shown

Media Locations
folders = /directory.you.want.shared/,/another.directory

If you run into issues with the wrong audio track playing (example: English desired)

Audio language priority
mencoder_audiolangs = eng,und

Example of english subtitles desired, no subtitles by default on English programs

Subtitle language priority
mencoder_sublangs = loc,eng,und

A list with all options can be found here.

Run as a daemon

SysVinit

Use the following modified daemon script (originally from pms-svn).

/etc/rc.d/pms
#!/bin/bash

. /etc/rc.conf
. /etc/rc.d/functions
. /etc/conf.d/pms

PID=`cat /var/run/pms.pid 2> /dev/null`
[ -z "$PID" ] && PID=`ps -Ao pid,command | grep java | grep pms.jar | awk '{print $1}'`

case "$1" in
	start)
		stat_busy "Starting PS3 Media Server"
		if [ -z "$PID" ]; then
			if [ -n "$PMS_USER" ]; then
				su -s '/bin/sh' $PMS_USER -c "/usr/bin/ps3mediaserver &>> /var/log/pms.log" &
			else
				/usr/bin/ps3mediaserver &>> /var/log/pms.log &
			fi
			PID=$!
			if [ $? -gt 0 ]; then
				stat_fail
			else
				echo $PID > /var/run/pms.pid
				add_daemon pms
				stat_done
			fi
		fi
		;;
	stop)
		stat_busy "Stopping PS3 Media Server"
		[ ! -z "$PID" ]  && kill $PID &> /dev/null
		while ps -p $PID &> /dev/null; do sleep 1; done
		if [ $? -gt 0 ]; then
			stat_fail
		else
			rm /var/run/pms.pid 2> /dev/null
			rm_daemon pms
			stat_done
		fi
		;;
	restart)
		$0 stop
		sleep 1
		$0 start
		;;
	*)
		echo "usage: $0 {start|stop|restart}"
		;;
esac
exit 0
# /etc/rc.d/pms start
  • (optionally) watch the output with 'tail -f /var/log/pms.log' or 'tail -f /opt/pms/debug.log' for any problems.

systemd

The package ships a systemd unit file by default now (since 1.71.0-2). After installation just run:

# systemctl daemon-reload
# systemctl start pms@<username> # to start once
# systemctl enable pms@<username> # automatically start at boot
# journalctl -u pms@<username> # to debug the logfiles

Indexing

This should be done automgically upon starting the service, but if it doesn't, this is how to do it manually:

  • Browse the logs to see at what ip-address and port pms has started the built-in webservice
  • Use your web browser to go to: http://<ip-address-of-your-server>:5001/console/home and click on 'index files and folders'
  • After the indexing has ended, you are done.