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Author: Stephen Partington via PLUG-discuss
To: Main PLUG discussion list
CC: Stephen Partington
Subject: Re: Plex Media Server ...
So the login is fine, what does the no soup for you mean?

Aaaamd nevermind. Your forum post solved.

On Thu, May 21, 2020 at 2:10 PM Snyder, Alexander J via PLUG-discuss <
> wrote:

> If anyone out there is a fan of Plex Media Server, I could really use some
> help on this brain teaser.
> Server Version#:
> OS: CentOS 8, 4.18.0-147.8.1.el8_1.x86_64
> This is a plain jane fresh install. I’m not trying to claim or recover
> anything. I have fully gutted my plex “Authorized Devices”, I have fully
> deleted plex, and removed all files, I have signed out entirely from the
> web account, I have signed out of every other portal I can. I have flushed
> my cache, and even rebooted the server where Plex was installed.
> I’m starting fresh.
> I go to plex, and download copy the link to the public 64-bit RPM.
> $ dnf -y install
> everything installs just fine.
> systemctl status plexmediaserver: RUNNING (no errors)
> (in a private browser):
> I get immediately forwarded to:
> Prompted to sign in … no issues
> Like I said, I’m not trying to claim a server or anything – fresh install.
> I don’t understand what’s going wrong.
> P.S. – Been using Plex without issues for 3 years, just decided to do it
> all over with a dedicated video card, and CentOS 8.
> EDIT: Added Logs, of all steps outlined above.Plex Media Server.log
> <>
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