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 **2014-12-29** **2014-12-29**
-This was tested on CentOS 7.+This was tested on CentOS 7 with Serviio 1.41.
 ==== Prerequisites ==== ==== Prerequisites ====
 **1.** SELinux is disabled **1.** SELinux is disabled
-**2.** Install Java:+**2.** Install Java (Serviio version 1.5 and later requires minimum Java 8):
 <code>yum install java-1.7.0-openjdk</code> <code>yum install java-1.7.0-openjdk</code>
 +Some repo's do not have a late enough Java version available.  In these cases, downloading Java manually will be required.  In this case please follow this recipe:
 +**2a.** Go to Oracle Java 8 JRE Downloads Page ( and download the appropriate version.  You will need to accept the t's and c's, after that the URL can be copied using your browser.
 +**2b.** Use wget to download the package.  Example instructions follow, your URL may be different.
 +cd ~
 +sudo yum localinstall jre-8u131-linux-x64.rpm
 +**2c.** Assuming all goes well, delete the RPM when done:
 +rm ~/jre-8u131-linux-x64.rpm
 +**2d.**  If you install the openJDK and find it doesn't work, you may need to remove it to allow instructions 2a thru c to work.  I did this by using YUM to search for installed packages, finding the jre package, and then issuing sudo yum remove (package) to get rid of it.  Uninstalling the "java-1.7.0-openjdk" on its own was not enough.
 **3.** Install necessary repositories for ffmpeg: **3.** Install necessary repositories for ffmpeg:
 <code>yum -y install <code>yum -y install
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