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[WIP] HTPC-Manager Beta, Manage XBMC, Sabnzbd, SickBeard with one app
What would be the possibility of having nzbdrone adden into HTPC manager
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(2013-07-22, 15:14)menage Wrote: What would be the possibility of having nzbdrone adden into HTPC manager

It sure is possible. But i think focussing on Sickbeard is more usefull for most of the users. I am currently rewriting the view for sickbeard, but do not think i will work on nzbDrone. If you want, you can work on it yourself and contribute by sending a pull request.
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Great work Styxit!

I looked through the thread here and couldn't come up with anything, if I missed something posted about it please forgive me. I was wondering if you have support coming for playlists (as in playlists I've made and I just click on in xbmc to play) or smart playlists?

I was also curious if you got anywhere with Headphones?

Thanks for the great work!
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Does anybody know if HTPC manager can be installed as a windows server? IF yes where can I find some good install instructions.
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(2013-07-23, 04:40)arturusfury Wrote: I was wondering if you have support coming for playlists (as in playlists I've made and I just click on in xbmc to play) or smart playlists?

I was also curious if you got anywhere with Headphones?
Selecting Your previously saved playlists is not yet possible. I personally never use the playlists, so i never thought about it. I don't know how many people use the playlists, but it could be a nice feature.
User Mbw2001 is at the moment more active in the xbmc-section of HTPC Manager, maybe he has some ideas for the playlists.

Headphones support is somewhere on the to-do list, but not in the near future, sorry.

(2013-07-24, 15:27)menage Wrote: Does anybody know if HTPC manager can be installed as a windows server? IF yes where can I find some good install instructions.
You mean service? Yes this is possible. It is not really installing, but more like execute Htpc.py on startup. You just need to run pythonw.exe instead of python.exe when launching HTPC Manager. This disables all output to the command line. Auto start can be done by creating a shortcut and putting it in the startup folder for windows. I think the exact details can be found on google. Goodluck.
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OK got the program up & running and now configuring. What info should be input in the Basepath on CouchPotato & Sickbeard set up page etc. Is it the path to where the .exe program is on my computer? Is it critical, I keep getting a fail when I test the set up
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(2013-07-24, 18:29)menage Wrote: OK got the program up & running and now configuring. What info should be input in the Basepath on CouchPotato & Sickbeard set up page etc. Is it the path to where the .exe program is on my computer? Is it critical, I keep getting a fail when I test the set up

This is the url you access sickbeard/sabnzbd on, the part after the host:port. So if you use http:/127.0.0.1:8080/ , your base path would be only a slash /. In most cases it is just a slash, unless you configured it otherwise in sickbeard or sabnzbd. For example: if you use a revers proxy and access sickbeard with http://localhost/sickbeard, the basepath would be /sickbeard.

Hope this explains it.

We should make it default to just a slash.
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I'll try to find the time to add playlists over the weekend. I don't use them myself so i haven't added it yet, but it should be pretty fast.

I think we will simplify the settings quite a bit so that you just add the entire path to the interface instead of adding host, port, path and so on. When i change it ill add support for default settings aswell. Should make it alot easier to set up for new users.
But I just wanna finish my CouchPotato changes before i start something new Smile
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Unable to use this. I have python 2.7.5 32 bit installed. PIL won't install because it says Python 2.7 not detected.
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Hello there!

I am totally new to HTPC Manager experience and I have a stupid problem. I followed Windows install instructions and did everything as written, no errors of any kind. When I try to start htpc manager, I get an error ":: modules.xbmc :: ERROR :: Unable to find any XBMC-Servers. Please check your settings". I checked logs and saw an IOError("Port 8085 not free on '0.0.0.0'",),. Since my XBMC runs on :8085, I changed ports so that it is now running on :8083 and :8085 is free, but something is still wrong. My XBMC runs fine (I tried restarting it, just in case). I posted the log on pastebin:

http://pastebin.com/PdJdN81D

Using Windows 7 x64, python 2.7.5 x64, XBMC Frodo 12.2.

Any thoughts?
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(2013-07-25, 18:16)dkplayaclub Wrote: Unable to use this. I have python 2.7.5 32 bit installed. PIL won't install because it says Python 2.7 not detected.

If python can not be detected, you are trying to install the wrong version of PIL for your OS or python version.

(2013-07-26, 00:07)Tarom Wrote: I am totally new to HTPC Manager experience and I have a stupid problem. I followed Windows install instructions and did everything as written, no errors of any kind. When I try to start htpc manager, I get an error ":: modules.xbmc :: ERROR :: Unable to find any XBMC-Servers. Please check your settings". I checked logs and saw an IOError("Port 8085 not free on '0.0.0.0'",),. Since my XBMC runs on :8085, I changed ports so that it is now running on :8083 and :8085 is free, but something is still wrong. My XBMC runs fine (I tried restarting it, just in case). I posted the log on pastebin:

http://pastebin.com/PdJdN81D

Using Windows 7 x64, python 2.7.5 x64, XBMC Frodo 12.2.

If i am correct the message about no Xbmc servers has already been fixed or should be removed in an update somewhere over the weekend. Are you on the lastest version of HTPC Manager?

You can tell HtpcManager to run on a different port by using the commandline parameters as described in the install guide.

Try a random port. See this example to run htpc manager on port 9057:
Code:
python Htpc.py --port 9057
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(2013-07-26, 15:32)styxit Wrote:
(2013-07-26, 00:07)Tarom Wrote: I am totally new to HTPC Manager experience and I have a stupid problem. I followed Windows install instructions and did everything as written, no errors of any kind. When I try to start htpc manager, I get an error ":: modules.xbmc :: ERROR :: Unable to find any XBMC-Servers. Please check your settings". I checked logs and saw an IOError("Port 8085 not free on '0.0.0.0'",),. Since my XBMC runs on :8085, I changed ports so that it is now running on :8083 and :8085 is free, but something is still wrong. My XBMC runs fine (I tried restarting it, just in case). I posted the log on pastebin:

http://pastebin.com/PdJdN81D

Using Windows 7 x64, python 2.7.5 x64, XBMC Frodo 12.2.

If i am correct the message about no Xbmc servers has already been fixed or should be removed in an update somewhere over the weekend. Are you on the lastest version of HTPC Manager?

You can tell HtpcManager to run on a different port by using the commandline parameters as described in the install guide.

Try a random port. See this example to run htpc manager on port 9057:
Code:
pyhon Htpc.py --port 9057

Thank you for replying Styxit!

I am using the latest Htpc Manager master available today/yesterday. I have already tried this command on my own, to set port to some other value but no luck. I would post a new log but it is all the same, nothing new there. If it is any help, after fiddling with port assignments, the window that opens after I try running Htpc Manager, no longer closes on its own but sits there with error message (last line in a log) showing until I close it manually.

P.S: your command had a typo Smile
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(2013-07-27, 00:03)Tarom Wrote:
(2013-07-26, 15:32)styxit Wrote:
(2013-07-26, 00:07)Tarom Wrote: I am totally new to HTPC Manager experience and I have a stupid problem. I followed Windows install instructions and did everything as written, no errors of any kind. When I try to start htpc manager, I get an error ":: modules.xbmc :: ERROR :: Unable to find any XBMC-Servers. Please check your settings". I checked logs and saw an IOError("Port 8085 not free on '0.0.0.0'",),. Since my XBMC runs on :8085, I changed ports so that it is now running on :8083 and :8085 is free, but something is still wrong. My XBMC runs fine (I tried restarting it, just in case). I posted the log on pastebin:

http://pastebin.com/PdJdN81D

Using Windows 7 x64, python 2.7.5 x64, XBMC Frodo 12.2.

If i am correct the message about no Xbmc servers has already been fixed or should be removed in an update somewhere over the weekend. Are you on the lastest version of HTPC Manager?

You can tell HtpcManager to run on a different port by using the commandline parameters as described in the install guide.

Try a random port. See this example to run htpc manager on port 9057:
Code:
pyhon Htpc.py --port 9057

I am using the latest Htpc Manager master available today/yesterday. I have already tried this command on my own, to set port to some other value but no luck. I would post a new log but it is all the same, nothing new there. If it is any help, after fiddling with port assignments, the window that opens after I try running Htpc Manager, no longer closes on its own but sits there with error message (last line in a log) showing until I close it manually.

If the terminal window is open and nothing shows up, this probably means Htpc Manager is running as it should be! You just need to access the app with your browser.

The error Saying No Xbmc servers can be ignored. This does not affect the way HTPC Manager starts.
In your posted log, the last lines only show the xbmc error, and no longer the message about a port being not free. Are you sure it is still not working?

There is also a debug option that might give you some more information

Just to be sure, if you have changed your port to (for example) 9875, in your browser also include this port in the url, so point your browser to http://localhost:9875

step1: Run "python Htpc.py --port 9875"
step2: in your browser go to "http://localhost:9875/"
if this does not work
step3: Run "python Htpc.py --port 9876 --debug" (changed port, just to be sure)
step4: in your browser go to "http://localhost:9876/"
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(2013-07-27, 00:17)styxit Wrote:
(2013-07-27, 00:03)Tarom Wrote:
(2013-07-26, 15:32)styxit Wrote: If i am correct the message about no Xbmc servers has already been fixed or should be removed in an update somewhere over the weekend. Are you on the lastest version of HTPC Manager?

You can tell HtpcManager to run on a different port by using the commandline parameters as described in the install guide.

Try a random port. See this example to run htpc manager on port 9057:
Code:
pyhon Htpc.py --port 9057

I am using the latest Htpc Manager master available today/yesterday. I have already tried this command on my own, to set port to some other value but no luck. I would post a new log but it is all the same, nothing new there. If it is any help, after fiddling with port assignments, the window that opens after I try running Htpc Manager, no longer closes on its own but sits there with error message (last line in a log) showing until I close it manually.

If the terminal window is open and nothing shows up, this probably means Htpc Manager is running as it should be! You just need to access the app with your browser.

The error Saying No Xbmc servers can be ignored. This does not affect the way HTPC Manager starts.
In your posted log, the last lines only show the xbmc error, and no longer the message about a port being not free. Are you sure it is still not working?

There is also a debug option that might give you some more information

Just to be sure, if you have changed your port to (for example) 9875, in your browser also include this port in the url, so point your browser to http://localhost:9875

step1: Run "python Htpc.py --port 9875"
step2: in your browser go to "http://localhost:9875/"
if this does not work
step3: Run "python Htpc.py --port 9876 --debug" (changed port, just to be sure)
step4: in your browser go to "http://localhost:9876/"

Update:
Turns out the only reason for the window to remain open after exec attempt was because I was running "maraschino" , after I turned it off, window disappears right after exec attempt. There are no new lines in log, apart from :": modules.xbmc :: ERROR :: Unable to find any XBMC-Servers. Please check your settings" with a recent date. I have tried the steps listed above, nothing. I have dbl checked install step by step, everything checks out, python itself works. (no problems during install). Sad

Update2:

Re-downloaded Htpc and replaced dir, now when I load it the window stays around with the error showing. Logs are the same http://pastebin.com/xfdzeJCK . Steps above didn't help.
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(2013-07-27, 23:33)Tarom Wrote: Update:
Turns out the only reason for the window to remain open after exec attempt was because I was running "maraschino" , after I turned it off, window disappears right after exec attempt. There are no new lines in log, apart from :": modules.xbmc :: ERROR :: Unable to find any XBMC-Servers. Please check your settings" with a recent date. I have tried the steps listed above, nothing. I have dbl checked install step by step, everything checks out, python itself works. (no problems during install). Sad

Update2:

Re-downloaded Htpc and replaced dir, now when I load it the window stays around with the error showing. Logs are the same http://pastebin.com/xfdzeJCK . Steps above didn't help.

Did you run with the debug mode enabled? If you do, the log will show more information about starting cherrypy and other things. Without more info i do not know how to help you.

You can also join the irc channel, might be a better way to help you: irc://irc.freenode.net:6667/htpc-manager. Its not an active channel but maybe me or mbw2001 are able to help you out.
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