The beauty of Linux is that it’s perfect for headless access, so once configured, hide your server away somewhere out of sight and administer Emby through any web browser, then make sure SSH is enabled on your server for those times when you need to access the OS remotely. Ubuntu uses OpenSSH – so if necessary, install it as follows: $ sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install openssh-server
You can then log in through any other computer or mobile using an appropriate SSHcompatible client, such as the cross-platform Termius ( www.termius.com). Alternatively, simply log on through the Terminal on another Linux machine running OpenSSH: $ ssh username@hostname
Substitute hostname with the host name or IP address of your server, and username with your user account name from that computer.
If you need access to the desktop, then configure access via VNC – install the VNC Server ( sudo apt-get install x11vnc ) on your server, then access via a suitable VNC client.