10 Best Media Server Software for Linux in 2018

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Aaron Kili

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13 Responses

  1. Sam g says:

    Plex and Emby are crippled media servers without paying for their premium plans. It would be nice if the apps were called out as having their features locked behind premium gateways.

  2. HBaena says:

    Popcorn Time’s app is great, too.

  3. Laci says:

    Where would UMS be located in the above list?

  4. Martin says:

    From what I heard, libreelec is better variant of openelec. For myself (subjectively) I can confirm it

  5. tsl says:

    Hi,

    Thank you for your Article. I need setup Linux server like youtube/hotstar live streaming. Accessible from web.

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