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PG and Debian 9 (7.3beta2)

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PlexGuide runs on Debian 9!  It’s still in beta, but any feedback would help in regards to mounts and etc.  You must run 7.3beta2+ and 7.3.0+ futurewise and the install autodetects which os your on!  Containers deployed, interface worked, and etc.  Do not use the kernal modes and processor function (unsure about those so far)

 

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Linux noob here...

What is the install command under Debian? Can we just copy the same wget command from the installer page?
 

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Linux noob here...

What is the install command under Debian? Can we just copy the same wget command from the installer page?
Have mentioned before that Ubuntu is a clone from Debian. The commands are the same as in Ubuntu.
I have setup a Debian PG server and it works like my other servers.
 

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Have mentioned before that Ubuntu is a clone from Debian. The commands are the same as in Ubuntu.
I have setup a Debian PG server and it works like my other servers.
oh ya. that's where UB gets it's roots from. It's just that some things are left on and off; but some users love DB and hate UB, so was able to add. just looking out for things that don't work.
 

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Which is better if running on low-end hardware? Debian itself is more lightweight right? Would it worth it for a smoother system availability?
 

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Which is better if running on low-end hardware? Debian itself is more lightweight right? Would it worth it for a smoother system availability?
debian from what i get from most people is. since it's very new, i'm unsure if what issues you will encounter. i tested most of the basics and saw no issues from the patches i added.
 

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Which is better if running on low-end hardware? Debian itself is more lightweight right? Would it worth it for a smoother system availability?
At this moment I doing a test on a VM in vmware ESXI. I have created a vm with 1gb memory and 50gb hd. I will install here emby and connect it to my gsuite. Will come back later with the results.
 

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At this moment I doing a test on a VM in vmware ESXI. I have created a vm with 1gb memory and 50gb hd. I will install here emby and connect it to my gsuite. Will come back later with the results.
sounds good, about to release 7.3.0; pgmove is completely rewritten and encryption works fine