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Trying to update Plex on FreeNAS to 1.11.0.4666...what am I doing wrong here?

ARAMP1ARAMP1 Members, Plex Pass Posts: 43 Plex Pass

I start by going to www.plex.tv/downloads and right clicking the download link provided after selecting FreeBSD. Then use wget to download it to my jail. I'm then using the following command with the current version of PMS_Updater.sh:

./PMS_Updater.sh -v -f -l

I'm getting a "command not found". Any ideas?

Best Answers

  • tom80Htom80H Members, Plex Pass Posts: 2,273 Plex Pass
    Accepted Answer

    from the folder where you executed the commands...
    type ls -all and look...
    1. if the file PMS_Updater.sh exists in this location
    2. if it exists, check if the 10-char string at the very left of it ends with an x (see details on Linux permissions here).

  • ARAMP1ARAMP1 Members, Plex Pass Posts: 43 Plex Pass
    Accepted Answer

    I got it to work, but I'm not sure how. B)

Answers

  • tom80Htom80H Members, Plex Pass Posts: 2,273 Plex Pass

    well... the obvious ones:

    • have you checked if the script exists in this folder?
    • if so... is it executable?

    Command not found. means that you don't even get to run into any problems with the script as the OS won't even find it

  • ARAMP1ARAMP1 Members, Plex Pass Posts: 43 Plex Pass

    @tom80H said:
    well... the obvious ones:

    • have you checked if the script exists in this folder?
    • if so... is it executable?

    Command not found. means that you don't even get to run into any problems with the script as the OS won't even find it

    How does one check?

  • tom80Htom80H Members, Plex Pass Posts: 2,273 Plex Pass
    Accepted Answer

    from the folder where you executed the commands...
    type ls -all and look...
    1. if the file PMS_Updater.sh exists in this location
    2. if it exists, check if the 10-char string at the very left of it ends with an x (see details on Linux permissions here).

  • ARAMP1ARAMP1 Members, Plex Pass Posts: 43 Plex Pass

    Here's what I get. I see my file that I tried downloading and running four times. Not sure what I'm looking for though.

  • ARAMP1ARAMP1 Members, Plex Pass Posts: 43 Plex Pass
    Accepted Answer

    I got it to work, but I'm not sure how. B)

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