I'm still experiencing this issue (it's running 1.18 now). When the NAS reboots, Plex doesn't start automatically (despite it being enabled in rc.conf). When I go to the extension page, it shows STOPPED and only the Save button is enabled, but it does have the correct path to Plex.uecasm wrote: ↑18 Aug 2019 07:46I also recently updated the Plex extension to 4.3.007 in nas4free 10.2 and it stopped working.
In ssh, plexinit -s reported success but the status in gui stayed stopped.
Upgraded to XigmaNAS 11.2, still wouldn't start.
Updated Plex again, this time it upgraded from plex server 1.12 to 1.16, still wouldn't start.
Dropped to ssh and ran plexinit -s and it gave a permissions error.
Re-ran it as root and this time it started and is running ok now.
But: in the extension web gui only the Save button is enabled; the start/stop buttons are all disabled, which seems a bit weird. But otherwise it seems to be working ok now.
If I open ssh and run plexinit -s then it does start the server and the extension page does update to say that it's running and shows the PID, but the start/stop buttons are still disabled.
I even tried running plexinit -x; plexinit, or using the gui uninstall/install buttons to reinstall; no change. (It's evidently remembering something across the reinstall though because it kept the same path without prompting.)