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diff --git a/emby-server.install b/emby-server.install
index 73c12f3f851..eec67108141 100755..100644
--- a/emby-server.install
+++ b/emby-server.install
@@ -1,31 +1,12 @@
post_install() {
- getent group emby > /dev/null 2>&1 || groupadd -g 422 emby
- getent passwd emby > /dev/null 2>&1 || useradd -c 'Emby Media Server' -u 422 -g emby -d /var/lib/emby -s /usr/bin/nologin emby
- passwd -l emby > /dev/null
- if [[ -d '/var/lib/emby-server' ]]; then
cat <<EOF
-New installations store the emby database inside '/var/lib/emby' (previously
-'/var/lib/emby-server'). Existing installations are left untouched.
-You can play safe and keep your existing setup, or you can adopt the new home
-and move your database using the emby-migrate-database script. Make sure to run
-pacdiff afterwards to merge the configuration changes.
- sudo emby-migrate-database /var/lib/emby-server /var/lib/emby
-The script can also be used for more advanced database migration.
-Try "emby-migrate-database --help" for additional information.
+Emby is not compatible with the 10-bit versionof libx264. Please stick to the
+8-bit version if you plan on using emby's transcoding features.
- fi
post_upgrade() {
-# vim: ts=2 sw=2 et:
+} \ No newline at end of file