Hi everyone, I have this weird issue regarding with Plex Media Server installation, now that I have My Cloud EX2 Ultra running on El Capitan up and running already, I’m thinking to give the Plex Media Server app a try, and have them run on my device. It used to run perfectly without any hustle. But just the other day, when I need to reset and reinstall the Plex Media Server application, it now won’t let me access the interface again?
There is the switch at the end of the first screenshot, “Run App”. Stop the App but switching it OFF, wait somewhere 10 seconds and switch it back ON and wait again somewhere 10 seconds. Then the Plex Web UI should open again.
Otherwise, checke your Chrome that the URL is not blocked as it used scipts and cookies.No clue hwat the red Stop icon right of the URL line is but it looks like that the Web UI is blocked. Excuse myself if I am wrong, I am not familiar with Chrome.
I tried this part, it’s not working here? Wonder why, it was just fine the other day though.
The red button it’s an ad-blocker actually, it was fine yesterday with the Chrome’s extension running still. I even switched to other browser like Safari and Firefox, but they’re still giving me the same issue? Any other solutions perhaps @Joerg_A?
I was reinstalling it due to the problem, at first it was just fine, then came along this port issues. So I figured I may need to reinstall them. As it appeared it didn’t solve the blocking part.
No I did not, well not that I remembered changing anything significant. So I decided to check the same port on my local machine, and Plex just working-out fine. So it’s not the browser issues, rather on the server-side probably.
Sounds like there are “old” settings left in the plex folder when reinstalling. I think this needs manual configuration via ssh shell. First delete plex than try to find the folders related to the plex installation via ssh and then rename the folder to “…_old”. Then try reinstalling. Thats what i would try