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Plex Media Server
Plex organizes your video, music, and photo collections and streams them to all of your screens. Also known as a "Web interface media streaming server".

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Access web interface:
URL = http://192.168.0.100:32400/web

First run setup:
Please follow the onscreen instructions to complete the setup wizard:
  • Create your Plex account by signing up.
  • Give your server a name (eg: DietPi-Plex)
  • Click library to setup your media locations.
    • /mnt/dietpi_userdata/Music
    • /mnt/dietpi_userdata/Video
    • You can also mount Samba/NFS shares by running dietpi-config and selecting NAS from the menu.
Transfer media to your device:
Make sure you have one of DietPi's File Servers installed. Folders used:
  • /mnt/dietpi_userdata/Video
  • /mnt/dietpi_userdata/Music

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Cuberite
Cuberite allows you to create a single, blazingly fast Minecraft server, which utilizes the performance benefits of C++ (instead of Java). Also comes with a handy web interface.

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Access web interface: Tweak the server settings by modifying the following files: (yes we recognised the typo which will be fixed with DietPi v6.33 ;))
  • /mnt/dietpi_userdata/cubrite/settings.ini – general server settings
  • /mnt/dietpi_userdata/cubrite/webadmin.ini – settings for the web administration
  • /mnt/dietpi_userdata/cubrite/world/world.ini – settings for the world
You can restart the service by running: systemctl restart cuberite

View logs:
  • Log files: /mnt/dietpi_userdata/cubrite/logs/
  • Service logs: journalctl -u cuberite
Update to newest version: dietpi-software reinstall 52


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MineOS
MineOS allows you to create multiple Minecraft servers with ease, using a simple web interface.
MineOS.png
Access web interface:
  • URL = https://192.168.0.100:8443 (Note "httpS" which is required to access.)
    You can safely ignore the certificate "warning" if one appears.
  • Username = root
  • Password = <your-global-application-pw>
1st run setup:
Once logged into the web interface:
  • Click profiles on the left hand side of screen
  • Choose a Minecraft version to match your needs, then click download
  • Click create new server on the left hand side of screen
  • Enter a server name, then click create new server at the bottom
  • Your server will now be visible at the bottom of the dashboard screen, select it.
  • In the dropdown boxes Change profile to: and Change runnable jar to:, select the entry which contains the server version number you downloaded in profiles.
  • Click Accept EULA
  • Click Accept EULA again
  • Click Start
Your server should now be running, on the default port 25565


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NoMachine:
Remote desktop server with advanced features, such as screen recording. The client also scans for all available NoMachine servers on your network, allowing easy connection and maintenance of your remote desktops.
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Download NoMachine Client:
url = https://www.nomachine.com/product&p=NoM ... e%20Client

Connect to your DietPi device with NoMachine:
Once the NoMachine client is installed, and running on your system:
  • You should see a device named DietPi. Double click it.
  • Select Yes for Remote host identification has changed.
  • Select Yes for Verify host authenticity.
  • Enter the username root and password dietpi.
  • Select Yes for Do you want NoMachine to create a new display.
You will now be connected to your device.

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GNUstep Desktop:
Desktop environment.
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Desktop can be run by typing startx.
You can also have DietPi boot directly to the desktop by using dietpi-autostart and selecting Desktop.

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Mate Desktop:
Popular Gnome2 (a time when Gnome wasn't obsessively bloated) based desktop environment.
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Desktop can be run by typing startx
You can also have DietPi boot directly to the desktop by using dietpi-autostart and selecting Desktop.


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XRDP:
Remote desktop using the Windows Remote Desktop Client.
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Connect to your desktop:
  • Open the remote desktop application in Windows (or any other XRDP compatible client)
  • Enter the IP address of your DietPi device (eg: 192.168.0.100)
  • Click connect and enter the following details once connected:
    • Module = Xvnc (Jessie = Sesman-Xvnc)
    • Username = root
    • Password = dietpi
Access from www (outside your local network):
XRDP uses port 3389 by default, so you need to open/forward it from your router to DietPi.

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QuiteRSS
RSS and Atom news feeds reader for your desktop.
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Gogs:
Your very own GitHub style server, with web interface.
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Access Gogs web interface:
url = http://192.168.0.100:3000

First run setup:
NB: Documentation has been update for, and requires DietPi v6.11 or higher
Once connected to the web interface:
  • Change the following values only:
    • Database = MySQL
    • Host = /run/mysqld/mysqld.sock
    • User = gogs
    • Database password = <your_global_application_password>
    • Repository Root Path = /mnt/dietpi_userdata/gogs-repo
    • Run User = gogs
    • Log Path = /var/log/gogs
    • Email service settings > From = anyone@anyemail.com
  • Scroll to the bottom of page and select Install Gogs
  • When the web address changes to localhost: and fails to load, you need to reconnect to the webpage using the ip address (eg: http://192.168.0.100:3000)
  • Once the page has reloaded, you will need to click register to create the admin account
External access:
If you wish to allow external access to your Gogs server, you will need to setup port fowarding on your router, pointing to the IP address of your DietPi device.
  • Port = 3000
  • Protocol = TCP+UDP
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XFCE Desktop:
Lightweight desktop environment.
xfce.png
Desktop can be run by typing startx.
You can also have DietPi boot directly to the desktop by using dietpi-autostart and selecting Desktop.

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