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[WIP] HTPC-Manager Beta, Manage XBMC, Sabnzbd, SickBeard with one app
This might be caused by the rewritten xbmc proxy. To download images from xbmc it uses a different method than before. This is a long shot, but try using the old proxy.py file (link)

Edit: This is probably not solving it for you.
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Hi Styxit - trying to get this to work behind an apache reverse proxy, but it's not loading properly. Is there a webroot or something that can be set? Thanks.
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(2013-06-12, 19:55)Aenima99x Wrote: Hi Styxit - trying to get this to work behind an apache reverse proxy, but it's not loading properly. Is there a webroot or something that can be set? Thanks.

Yes. Support for a custom webdir has been added not so long ago. I updated the install guide to help you get started. http://htpc.io/installation.html
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Awesome thanks, I totally missed the webdir setting.
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Get ready for mor users Styxit. :-) http://lifehacker.com/htpc-manager-gives...-513024274
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(2013-06-13, 15:15)Aenima99x Wrote: Get ready for mor users Styxit. :-) http://lifehacker.com/htpc-manager-gives...-513024274

Cool!
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Thanks for this program. However, I'm a newbie to Python and having some trouble with the install. I've searched this forum and Google for an answer with no luck, so apologies if this has been covered somewhere on here. I'm running Windows 7 -64bit, XBMC, Sabnzbd and Sickbeard all working well. I followed the installation instructions for HTPC Manager from the website to the letter:
- Installed Python 2.7.5 Windows X86-64 Installer.
- Added the Add python executable to system path.
- Installed the the precompiled PIL installer.

I'm sure this may be obvious to some, but there is no mention in the instructions of where to put the actual HTPC Manager files that I downloaded from the website, where do these files go?? The instructions just say run HTPC manager from the command line with: python Htpc.py. Is the HTPC Manager folder supposed to be in the Python directory? Where do I place the files for it to work?
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Looking forward to using this application. Couple questions tho:

I have 32 bit Windows 7, am I not going to be able to install PIL?

Any thought on supporting Plex? (Yes I realize I'm on XBMC forum)

I am also curious as to where the HTPC Manager folder goes

Thanks for creating what appears to be an awesome piece of software. And sorry if I'm repeating a question already asked, but there are 33 pages atm in this thread

Thanks!
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This is awesome. I have got it installed and running on my Ubuntu 12.04 server. I have the very latest GIT PULL and most things work great. I.e. Sickbeard, SABNZBD, Couchpotato integration all looks great. However I have two XBMC clients (both running Raspbmc on RaspberryPis) and when I try and view the movie lists on either I get an 'Error connecting to XBMC' notification on the lower right corner of the HTPC Manager page. The TV shows are listing fine but nothing is coming back for the movie list.

Am I missing something? Raspbmc is currently using XBMC 12.2 I believe. Is this too 'new' for HTPC Manager?

Other than that, it is looking great - very handy piece of software - keep up the great work!
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(2013-06-14, 01:53)DennisNY Wrote: I'm sure this may be obvious to some, but there is no mention in the instructions of where to put the actual HTPC Manager files that I downloaded from the website, where do these files go?? The instructions just say run HTPC manager from the command line with: python Htpc.py. Is the HTPC Manager folder supposed to be in the Python directory? Where do I place the files for it to work?

I'm new to this as well and know nothing about python. I put HTPC Manager right in the root of C: then to run it I did:
Code:
C:\HTPC-Manager>python Htpc.py --debug


I still ran into an issue but that was resolved when I specified a port to use (I was already using 8085). After that I used a web browser and opened up
Code:
http://localhost:808x/


Hope this helps
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(2013-06-14, 02:26)sumnerboy Wrote: Am I missing something? Raspbmc is currently using XBMC 12.2 I believe. Is this too 'new' for HTPC Manager?
Works fine over here... Undecided
I'm currently in the process to add some logging to the program, troubleshooting would surely get a lot easier then Wink
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Wow great job.

I stopped using it when it got abandoned and just got the latest version.

Everything seems to work so far.
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Pretty slick app. I'm going back and forth between this and Maraschino trying to decide which I want to use full time.

Question though: Is there an auto-update feature? Or a way to update from the web interface? Or is that manual at this point? I downloaded the zip and am running Htpc.py on Ubuntu, and when I "Check for updates" I get:

In app updating not supported. Git-command not found, or you are ahead of the master branch.
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I have everything running on Ubuntu 12.10 at the moment, but I can only access the application from the local host browser. Other PC's in my networks can't access it. SIckbeard and my other apps don't have this issue. Any ideas?
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(2013-06-14, 21:43)Headcase_Fargon Wrote: Pretty slick app. I'm going back and forth between this and Maraschino trying to decide which I want to use full time.

Question though: Is there an auto-update feature? Or a way to update from the web interface? Or is that manual at this point? I downloaded the zip and am running Htpc.py on Ubuntu, and when I "Check for updates" I get:

In app updating not supported. Git-command not found, or you are ahead of the master branch.

Same problem but on Win8.
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