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[WIP] HTPC-Manager Beta, Manage XBMC, Sabnzbd, SickBeard with one app
(2014-03-21, 01:28)MadClicker Wrote:
(2014-03-20, 20:15)hellow Wrote: The first is tv ip, 2nd is model name like 6300d. 3d is Mac adress to the nic on the computer thats runs htpc manager.

All the fields are required. Should work with mac in the settings.

You can 'steal' the code I pushed yesterday.

It allows you to add a placeholder and a description under the text form field.

It cuts down on confusion...and God knows these people are easily confused.

Thanks i send a pull based on your code.
You can change to <span class="helper-block">...</span> to use the "native" desc fields.
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Didn't know about the helper-block class. Thanks.

You might want to rethink the webdir placeholder. Most don't use a proxy server.

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(2014-03-22, 00:21)MadClicker Wrote: Didn't know about the helper-block class. Thanks.

You might want to rethink the webdir ppaceholder. Most don't use a proxy server.

Yeah, I guess your right, I just thought about the settings I would use.

Have you tested the stats-cmd branch?
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Was working on it earlier, brother. Got side-tracked working on the house.

I think I'm going in a bit of another direction. I think I will have a 'Shell" command tab and only make that and the actual shell commands locked by boot start args.

Normal process kill, terminate, etc. should not cause security problems.

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(2014-03-22, 00:36)MadClicker Wrote: Was working on it earlier, brother. Got side-tracked working on the house.

I think I'm going in a bit of another direction. I think I will have a 'Shell" command tab and only make that and the actual shell commands locked by boot start args.

Normal process kill, terminate, etc. should not cause security problems.

Yeah, I think that's a better solution. It was just to test the feature. I think I'm gonna add a well below the table that is showed only if it's started with a parameter. And add a restart program button next to exit button.
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Gotta remember how to set up the init.d script also.

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(2014-03-22, 00:24)hellow Wrote:
(2014-03-22, 00:21)MadClicker Wrote: Didn't know about the helper-block class. Thanks.

You might want to rethink the webdir ppaceholder. Most don't use a proxy server.

Yeah, I guess your right, I just thought about the settings I would use.

Have you tested the stats-cmd branch?

I was wrong. Thinking of something else.

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Sorry if I missed it, but is there any support planned for NZBDrone & HeadPhones? Thanks.
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(2014-03-22, 18:38)Aenima99x Wrote: Sorry if I missed it, but is there any support planned for NZBDrone & HeadPhones? Thanks.

Someone made a pr for headphones I'm not sure about the progress.

I don't think any is working on nzbdrone.
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Some more work on stats module,

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Brother, this is really good work.

I mean really good.

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How do I install this to run every time?

I copied Htpc to /etc/init.d

I changed the path to /home/xbmc/HTPC-Manager (where the *.py scripts are.)

I chmodded everything 755 that I could find.

running 'sudo /etc/init.d/Htpc start' works like a charm

I then run 'sudo update-rc.d Htpc defaults'

When it reboots..... nothing.

What to check? I know just enough linux to be dangerous and I swear this was all I did last time I installed it.
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(2014-03-23, 07:19)Jeremy White Wrote: How do I install this to run every time?

I copied Htpc to /etc/init.d

I changed the path to /home/xbmc/HTPC-Manager (where the *.py scripts are.)

I chmodded everything 755 that I could find.

running 'sudo /etc/init.d/Htpc start' works like a charm

I then run 'sudo update-rc.d Htpc defaults'

When it reboots..... nothing.

What to check? I know just enough linux to be dangerous and I swear this was all I did last time I installed it.

I used Couchpotato command for creating an service. Just replace the path with the correct path.

To run on boot copy the init script. sudo cp CouchPotatoServer/init/ubuntu /etc/init.d/couchpotato
Change the paths inside the init script. sudo nano /etc/init.d/couchpotato
Make it executable. sudo chmod +x /etc/init.d/couchpotato
Add it to defaults. sudo update-rc.d couchpotato defaults
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I'm not using couchpotato at this moment. I'm pretty sure I have the Htpc script installed correctly, as I can run it from sudo and it starts up.

For some reason however it doesn't start at boot time.
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(2014-03-25, 05:06)Jeremy White Wrote: I'm not using couchpotato at this moment. I'm pretty sure I have the Htpc script installed correctly, as I can run it from sudo and it starts up.

For some reason however it doesn't start at boot time.

I would use and upstart script. Just place in /etc/init and name it htpc.conf

# this should live in /etc/init
description "Htpc-Manager for XBMC"
autthor "your name"

start on runlevel [2345]
stop on runlevel [016]

respawn

chdir /opt/HTPC-Manager/ <--change your directory location
exec ./Htpc.py


you can start and stop the service with

sudo service Htpc start
sudo service Htpc stop or
sudo service Htpc restart

The application will auto start on boot.
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