Download the startup script and latest tarball at http://files.lancethepants.com/Plex/ Code: tar zxvf plex.tgz -C /opt/ Directory Structure /opt/plex -> Debian chroot environment + Plex /opt/.plex -> Where plex stores it's database info. To be preserved between upgrades. You need to edit plex.sh to set the 'media_dir' variable. This is the root folder for all your media so that it can be accessed from the chroot environment. It will appear to mounted to /mnt within plex. Place the startup script wherever you want. To start Plex Code: /path/to/plex.sh start To stop Plex Code: /path/to/plex.sh stop Plex for arm devices does not support transcoding. Your streaming device will need to be able to Direct Play the content. WARNING If you are upgrading or removing plex by deleting the /opt/plex directory, make sure you first run 'plex.sh stop'. You need to unmount your media first! Make sure it is unmounted. Otherwise deleting /opt/plex will follow your mount and delete your media. I have done this twice in practice already. You have been warned. If in doubt, remove Plex from starting at boot, and reboot the router before proceeding.