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PlexGuide Wiki

GITHub Project Reference: https://github.com/Admin9705/PlexGuide.com-The-Awesome-Plex-Server

New WIKI Page: https://wiki.plexguide.com

1. Help PlexGuide Grow
2. Common Sense Check
3. Prior to setting up your PlexGuide Server:
4. PlexGuide Install Instructions:
5. Establishing Google Drive, PlexDrive & Google Drive:
6. Program Configuration Guides:
7. Extra Information Guides:
8. Developer Information:
 
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my suggestions is to organize the wiki the same as the menu inside the plexguide app. make each major menu a sub forum or something like that

thoughts?
 

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I know it's listed in the category forum above this but I constantly come to this thread to find everything and I think "Installing Plex Guide" should be inserted between 1 and 2. I think having new users search through the threads to find it might be more difficult.

I didn't know where to find how to install the actual Plex guide until I went to GitHub for it cause there are so many threads for me to look through :)

https://plexguide.com/threads/plexguide-install-instructions.243/
 

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Cool project you have here, lots of inspiration for a plex setup. I'm just wondering about 1 thing tho? Didn't Google kill the unlimited business plan?

"Accounts with fewer than 5 users receive 1TB/user."
 

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Ignore it! I'm at 184TB for a solo user :D if using please use the discount code, it helps us both and cover costs (forum/hardware). It's a 14 day trail on top of that and you'll see. been like this for almost 2 years now :D
 

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No, trust me i get this question all the time :D Trust me, the project wouldn't exist if this was enforced lol :D

But isn't that a legacy account then?
 

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No, trust me i get this question all the time :D Trust me, the project wouldn't exist if this was enforced lol :D
Yeah ok, that makes sense :)

I'll try it out and see for myself, will remember to use the PROMO :D

Just got an unlimited account yesterday so you should be good to go ;)
Ok, cool ;)
 

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It doesn't look like I can complete this on a fully headless system as the script opens a browser window where you have to log in to the google account.

Is that correct?
 

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No - you must have missed the bit about selecting the remote server option.

You just copy and paste the URL into a browser on your local computer and then paste the response code into the terminal session. It's all prompted so fairly straightforward.
 
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No - you must have missed the bit about selecting the remote server option.

You just copy and paste the URL into a browser on your local computer and then paste the response code into the terminal session. It's all prompted so fairly straightforward.
Yea, I spotted it while running the script. Now I need to figure out why my JSON's aren't processing so I can start the uploads. Also I might have missed this as well but what options are required to only make a backup of local storage?
 
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