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[WIP] HTPC-Manager Beta, Manage XBMC, Sabnzbd, SickBeard with one app
(2013-10-15, 10:39)Ayla Wrote:
(2013-10-15, 10:28)styxit Wrote:
(2013-10-15, 10:18)Ayla Wrote: styxit, how do I reset my user/pass, if I forgot the current ones?

All settings are stored in a database file. It is located in userdata/database.db If you delete this file all settings will be set back to normal. If you have knowledge of databases you can also open the database and edit the app_username and app_password in the 'setting' table, so you keep all other settings.

After this, a restart of Htpc Manager is probably required.

Thanks for the reply, what format is the db?


Open with http://sourceforge.net/projects/sqlitebrowser/
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(2013-10-15, 10:41)styxit Wrote:
(2013-10-15, 10:39)Ayla Wrote:
(2013-10-15, 10:28)styxit Wrote: All settings are stored in a database file. It is located in userdata/database.db If you delete this file all settings will be set back to normal. If you have knowledge of databases you can also open the database and edit the app_username and app_password in the 'setting' table, so you keep all other settings.

After this, a restart of Htpc Manager is probably required.

Thanks for the reply, what format is the db?


Open with http://sourceforge.net/projects/sqlitebrowser/

Thanks again, worked fine Smile

Will you add the option of more (and multiple) search providers enabled at the same time (I'm thinking Binsearch.info would be nice, even though it's not Newsnab based at all)?
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Htpc Manager is 'hot' at the moment on Hacker news: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=6579330
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hey guys! I recently did a "burn it down and start over" upgrade on my server.
I am now running Ubuntu 13.10.
For whatever reason, after installing and configured Apache, MySQL, SABnzbd, Transmission, Sickbeard, and Couch Potato, I tried setting up HTPC-Manager last.
All I did was clone it from github and configure the init script.
I did not mess around with installing the PIL at all. I have not checked to see if it was already installed as a dependency of something else on my system.
For whatever reason, images are now working fine for me.

I AM having an issue with the NewzNab component, and by "issue" I mean I can't get any results.
For the "Host" I have filled in "nzb.su", and then filled in my API key.
That config does not.
I tried it with SSL enabled and not, no search results pulled down Sad
I also tried using my NZBGeeks account.
For that one, I used "index.nzbgeek.info" for the Host, and DID have SSL enabled.
I noticed that with these settings, I AM getting categories, just no search results.

Any suggestions?
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Hello,

I have all my media + SB CP etc running on my freenas.
Is it possible to get a how to install for freenas (or freebsd), or it just won't work?

Thanks in Advance, this looks like an awesome program.

Dit ziet er echt te gek uit!Laugh
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Hi
i am giving this a try using openmediavault.

i have putty in and when running python Htpc.py i get the following:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "Htpc.py", line 144, in <module>
main()
File "Htpc.py", line 71, in main
args = parse_arguments()
File "Htpc.py", line 15, in parse_arguments
import argparse
ImportError: No module named argparse

i know nothing about linux or python so.... yeah.
any ideas?

Cheers
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Well, according to a quick Google, openmediavault is a Debian-based distribution, so you should be able to just "sudo apt-get install" the package(s) you need.

I'm pretty sure in this case, the appropriate command is "sudo apt-get install python-argparse".
Can you SSH into your openmediavault machine, and if so, can you sudo?
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I can do that. Thanks. Hopefully it'll be working.

edit

sorted

thanks
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To styxit

I saw you edited something in regards to update feature of HTPC, could you comment on that ? - Just to refresh your memory, in the past I had problems updating from HTPC (me and some other guys reported it; p.49, p.50) when using the update option.

Thanks
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(2013-11-05, 12:05)ShinobiX9X Wrote: I have all my media + SB CP etc running on my freenas.
Is it possible to get a how to install for freenas (or freebsd), or it just won't work?

I can not provide freenas-specific instructions, but since freenas is Unix-based. You should be able to install python and get HTPC Manager up and running. Maybe see the Install instructions.


(2013-11-05, 14:34)fizzydrink Wrote: i am giving this a try using openmediavault.

i have putty in and when running python Htpc.py i get the following:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "Htpc.py", line 144, in <module>
main()
File "Htpc.py", line 71, in main
args = parse_arguments()
File "Htpc.py", line 15, in parse_arguments
import argparse
ImportError: No module named argparse

i know nothing about linux or python so.... yeah.
any ideas?

This looks to me like you are using a python version previous to 2.7. One of the requirements for running HTPC Manager is python > 2.7. Try updating your python version.


(2013-11-07, 03:19)Tarom Wrote: To styxit

I saw you edited something in regards to update feature of HTPC, could you comment on that ? - Just to refresh your memory, in the past I had problems updating from HTPC (me and some other guys reported it; p.49, p.50) when using the update option.

The updater is a tricky thing. I am not sure on how to do this. Someone else contributed to the updater an decided it updates using GIT. So from then on the git command was required to update AND Htpc Manager had to be downloaded using 'git clone'. For me personally this is fine, but a lot of users do not have git or know how to use it.
(this reminds me i need to upgrade the install instructions on the website)

The updater-changes in made a while ago are small bug-fixes, for the updater and mostly added some logging-info. A permanent solution that works for everybody has not yet been found. The problem with the install-from-zip users is that there is no way to determine the current version you are running and compare it to the latest version that is available. When downloading the zip with all code from github, the commit-hash is not included in any of the files as far as i know.

Edit: the updater has been re-written and should be able to update without git!! See my post below
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Any chance of adding DzbDrone as an option. I've moved from Sickbeard to it as it's more functional and better looking
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Looking for update-testers

A lot of users were having problems with the in-app updater for HTPC Manager. I re-wrote the update module, so updating is possible if you do not have the git command installed. Although, git is the preferred method.

The source-updater downloads the latest version from github.com and extracts all files to you HTPC-Manager app-dir.

The new updater is included in the master branch, but if you would like to help me, pleas download my update-test-version. This includes the new updater. but is not in sync with the latest commit. If you run the updater for the first time, you will have the ability to update to the latest version.

I am looking for a few people who would like to test this for me.

Pleas reply here, email me, or comment on github about how and IF the new updater works for you.



(2013-11-09, 17:59)PogMoThoin Wrote: Any chance of adding DzbDrone as an option. I've moved from Sickbeard to it as it's more functional and better looking

Yes, this can be done, although i will not be working on new modules any time soon.
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Does HTPC-Manager support multiple instances of Sickbeard/CP? If not, is it possible to run multiple instances of HTPC-Manager from the same box? I've setup and configured a "kids" sickbeard/cp and an "adult" sickbeard/cp and ideally would like to be able to control them from the same frontend.

Also, any plans to add NZBGet support?

Thanks for all your hard work.

~Spritz
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(2013-11-15, 16:34)Spritzup Wrote: Does HTPC-Manager support multiple instances of Sickbeard/CP? If not, is it possible to run multiple instances of HTPC-Manager from the same box? I've setup and configured a "kids" sickbeard/cp and an "adult" sickbeard/cp and ideally would like to be able to control them from the same frontend.

Also, any plans to add NZBGet support?

Multiple instances is currently only supported for xbmc. I would recommend to run two instances of HTPC Manager. Each listening on it's own port. By using the port-argument, you can determine on which ports to run: http://htpc.io/installation.html

To prevent getting confused; in Settings->Style you can specify a Theme (color scheme), so you easily see if you are in the kid- or adult instance!


Yes, basic NzbGet support is available.
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(2013-11-09, 17:59)PogMoThoin Wrote: Any chance of adding DzbDrone as an option. I've moved from Sickbeard to it as it's more functional and better looking

This would be a great addition.
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