Multimedia Library Server

I’ve always used iTunes to manage my sharing and remote playing of my media library within my home.

As you no doubt know, iTunes sucks at sharing/streaming media. I used iTunes because it was the path of least resistance despite all the verbal abuse I’ve hurled at it…it’s bloated, slow, crashes etc…but that’s a whole different article…. 😉

Enter Plex. My Padawan at work turned me on to the Plex Media Server and my media consumption has been upgraded beyond my wildest imagination.

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Allow Root to SSH for Ubuntu

This is the most insecure thing you can do to your linux system. That said however, when working on development systems at home I like to logon as SSH. Granted this is behind a firewall to a linux system with no access from the internet.

This was tested on Ubuntu 14.x on a Raspberry Pi.

I do this out of laziness. NEVER do this to an internet accessible system.

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