Package Details: jellyfin-media-player 1.10.1-1

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Package Base: jellyfin-media-player
Description: Jellyfin Desktop Client
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Licenses: GPL
Submitter: nvllsvm
Maintainer: nvllsvm
Last Packager: nvllsvm
Votes: 56
Popularity: 4.74
First Submitted: 2021-04-05 17:59 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2024-05-18 18:36 (UTC)

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Awebb commented on 2024-05-27 16:16 (UTC)

I'd rather have a whole client that's in sync with the repo server and then maybe one that's up to speed. I'm not sure if updating the web client would do much good without updating the server.

Or would it?

SunRed commented on 2024-05-27 09:05 (UTC)

Would it make sense to move the jellyfin-web component into its own package? I know there is jellyfin-web in the official repos but sadly they're really slow to update that one.

OdinVex commented on 2024-05-18 16:15 (UTC)

I don't think it is the AUR's place to remove update checks.

Sir-Photch commented on 2024-05-18 09:17 (UTC)

The UI does not load when opening up the application and when launched via a terminal, it tells me:

Cannot load

Why does jellyfinmediaplayer need libcuda? I don't have cuda installed or even an nvidia graphics card x)

Awebb commented on 2024-05-17 09:36 (UTC) (edited on 2024-05-17 09:37 (UTC) by Awebb)

@moros1138: Thanks for staying on top of this!

cuihao commented on 2024-05-16 23:26 (UTC) (edited on 2024-05-16 23:26 (UTC) by cuihao)

The package installs a file under non-standard directory:

$ pacman -Qo /usr/resources/qtwebengine_devtools_resources.pak
/usr/resources/qtwebengine_devtools_resources.pak is owned by jellyfin-media-player 1.10.0-1

norambna commented on 2024-05-16 09:27 (UTC)

@nvllsvm Thanks! Setting forceExternalWebclient to true solved it.

akya commented on 2024-05-16 03:53 (UTC)

@moros1138 All good bro :) its just a matter of time I think. Maybe it would have been better if this package was not updated till the server was updated.

moros1138 commented on 2024-05-16 03:46 (UTC)

@akya good question.

First, I have to apologize. In my haste to give an answer I failed to consider the Arch ecosystem. I made an assumption that it was as up-to-date as you can get. This was obviously incorrect.

My server runs as a docker container that is updated pretty much when the upstream makes a release. When upstream released a new version 3 days ago, I was able to update it on my end.

Sorry again for the confusion.

akya commented on 2024-05-16 03:38 (UTC)

@moros1138 How did you update the server? arch hasn't updated the main packages yet.