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Mount AFP volumes from the terminal - Mac OS X Hints
script follows

#!/usr/bin/env perl
##script mounts server volumes
##all variables are right now defined statically, except server password
##which is passed as argument
##from unix command line
## mountserver.pl _serverpassword_
###
###

$server_pass=@ARGV[0];

$local_mount_point='/Volumes/server-drive';
$local_user='eric';
$local_group='admin';

$server_user="eric";
$server_mountpoint="/server";
$server_ip="10.0.2.5";
$server_volume="server";


system ("sudo mkdir $local_mount_point");
system ("sudo chown $local_user:$local_group $local_mount_point");
system ("chmod +rwx $local_mount_point");
system ("sudo mount -t afp afp://$server_user:$server_pass@$server_ip/$server_volume $local_mount_point");
system ("disktool -r");
apple  afp  network  nas  mount  script 
yesterday by ccorbi
Farewell, iTunes, Almost - The Tao of Mac
For the past seven years or so, and despite Apple‘s continued neglect of Home Sharing, all our home media was served by iTunes running on a dynasty of Mac minis sitting in a closet (the last being a 2008 Core Duo running Lion). A few months ago I decided to put an end to that and started trying out Plex on a Raspberry Pi 3, belatedly realizing what I’ve been missing out on all these years.
itunes  linux  raspberrypi  nas  docker  howto 
4 days ago by force
Farewell, iTunes, Almost - The Tao of Mac
For the past seven years or so, and despite Apple‘s continued neglect of Home Sharing, all our home media was served by iTunes running on a dynasty of Mac minis sitting in a closet (the last being a 2008 Core Duo running Lion). A few months ago I decided to put an end to that and started trying out Plex on a Raspberry Pi 3, belatedly realizing what I’ve been missing out on all these years.
itunes  linux  raspberrypi  nas  docker  howto 
5 days ago by ssorc
The Top NAS for Video Transcoding 2017 – NAS Compares
Recommended NAS for Transcoding via Plex and DLNA
With the rise in popularity of Network Attached Storage (NAS) it is becoming all too common to consider a Synology NAS, QNAP NAS or WD My Cloud server as the perfect storage of all of your multimedia. From the compact nature of it’s design to the sheer unparalleled accessibility that you get from it, creating a DLNA server or Plex Media Server as your go-to media collection is both easy and hundreds of times less expensive than having your movies, boxsets, albums, photos and music spread across multiple locations through your home – with the added benefit that you can access that media absolutely anywhere with an internet connection. However as media files are getting bigger and bigger, and most media playback devices we buy are generally owned for 2-3 years at least – it is all too often that the development and evolution of the software overtake the hardware. The result is that files need to be adapted and changed in order to be better suited for playback on the output device. In real-time that means that your 2017 4K copy of ‘Spiderman Homecoming’ may well not play very well on your 2014 Smart TV or 2013 Android Smartphone. The way around this is known as ‘Transcoding’ and it is a vital consideration when buying the best NAS for your media. But what exactly is transcoding and why is it so important?
NAS  storage  plex  transcoding  video 
10 days ago by rgl7194

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