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README.md

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You can find the full site at perfectmediaserver.com.

Abstract

Perfect Media Server began life as a series of blog posts over at blog.linuxserver.io. Those posts continue to be very popular, but a blog post can only get you so far. Therefore, I introduce perfectmediaserver.com - a wiki format information repository detailing all you need to know to build a free, open, and modular media server that will last for years to come.

The primary technologies we recommend are Linux, Containers (via docker and managed using docker-compose), Proxmox, MergerFS, SnapRAID and ZFS.

You can find the original blog series of PMS here:

If you're looking to build a media server, then you've come to the right place. This site documents the many aspects of building a media server using Free and Open Source Software wherever possible.

Usage

If writing and wanting to run a local copy of the wiki, run:

$ docker-compose up --build

To deploy the site, push to main, and a GitHub action will do the rest.

Contributing

To contribute, open a PR, and I will review it. Gratefully received!