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A Jellyfin command line client.

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Jellyfin CLI

A Jellyfin command line client written in Python with urwid.

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How to install

This app requires Python3.6 or higher
You can install it by executing pip3 install --user jellyfin-cli
You will also need to install MPV. I recommend symlinking the script to your path so you can execute it directly from the terminal: This will typically require something like the following: ln -s $HOME/.local/bin/jellyfin-cli /usr/bin/jellyfin-cli

How to use

The first time you run it, you will be greeted by a minimalist login prompt. This will repeat every time the token is invalidated. After that you can use the interface.

Development

Want to contribute? Sure! You are free to create bug reports, feature requests and pull requests. I will try my best to review all of them.

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