Jellyfin

Jellyfin is a self-hosted AV streaming platform. It is a FOSS fork of the Emby project.

Installation

You can install Jellyfin using the following command.

sudo box install jellyfin
Finish install in browser

Please make sure to finish the setup of the application through the web browser, and create your admin user.

Access

You can access jellyfin through https://domain.tld/jellyfin if you have nginx installed, or through https://domain.tld:port if you do not.

User management

Jellyfin manages its users in a separate database. box does not add users to the database in any way. You will need to manage the jellyfin users manually. Whether you choose to keep those in sync with box or not is up to you

Service management

sudo systemctl start jellyfin

Troubleshooting

tip

You can always also try the general troubleshooting tips written in our guide. They might or might not apply, but asking these questions can often make you understand what is under the hood better and help you find what needs to be fixed. It's always worth a shot!

Jellyfin has a general Troubleshooting guide which we highly suggest you follow first in case you have any issues.

Unable to connect using apps

Some jellyfin clients will not work with self-signed certificates. For that reason we recommend that you follow the LetsEncrypt guide and set up a valid signed certificate. You can grab a valid free domain from various places like freenom, or get a proper personalized one from places like namecheap.