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[WIP] HTPC-Manager Beta, Manage XBMC, Sabnzbd, SickBeard with one app
I just tested it on my pi now. It works, if only i could manage to moint my nas... Anyway everything seems to be correct apart from the disk usage. It says that nothing is used. And that total diskspace is just 225 mb. Thats not correct but there isnt anything i can do about it. Just a word of caution, you need to install from source, apt-get installed version 0.5 and it will NOT work. By the default the mountpoints are / and /boot (on my pi atleast). If any could give me a list of standard mountpoint that should not be included that would be awesome.

(2014-02-18, 23:25)MadClicker Wrote:
(2014-02-18, 20:25)hellow Wrote: Any Linux users that have tested the stat module. Does it work? Any mountpoints that should be ignored?

I'm working on it right now. I had a disk crash last night and lost some work....besides the usual pita.

Oh man, i feels for you. I just had a disk die during parity rebuild Confused
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Thanks for the feedback at the time I changed from mountpoint to device I didn't have any Linux distro to test on. I'll check if I can't find another way to get it right. Incorrect diskspacs on rpi is a problem since I assume its popular. I love progress bars on the tables when you get loads of disks.

I used glances as a inspiration and the plan was to add cpu temp but since my computer didn't like wmi I decided it wasn't worth my time. I might add processes, but it's some issue with permissions on windows. Feel free to add it so I can "steal" your work! Wink
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Thanks for testing it. But is there any chance you can test my pull and not pytunes and provide a high res screenshot? Personally I'm just interested in the disk space on the drives and mounted nas. Not all Linux sys mount points.
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(2014-02-19, 19:51)hellow Wrote: Thanks for testing it. But is there any chance you can test my pull and not pytunes and provide a high res screenshot? Personally I'm just interested in the disk space on the drives and mounted nas. Not all Linux sys mount points.

Hellow, no problem. Which Git is yours? This thread seems to be a combination of Styxit, MadClickers and yours.

Love the work.
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(2014-02-19, 20:32)ylafont Wrote:
(2014-02-19, 19:51)hellow Wrote: Thanks for testing it. But is there any chance you can test my pull and not pytunes and provide a high res screenshot? Personally I'm just interested in the disk space on the drives and mounted nas. Not all Linux sys mount points.

Hellow, no problem. Which Git is yours? This thread seems to be a combination of Styxit, MadClickers and yours.

Love the work.

Git: https://github.com/Hellowlol/HTPC-Manager

The one I want tested: https://github.com/Hellowlol/HTPC-Manager/tree/stats
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(2014-02-19, 21:00)hellow Wrote:
(2014-02-19, 20:32)ylafont Wrote:
(2014-02-19, 19:51)hellow Wrote: Thanks for testing it. But is there any chance you can test my pull and not pytunes and provide a high res screenshot? Personally I'm just interested in the disk space on the drives and mounted nas. Not all Linux sys mount points.

Hellow, no problem. Which Git is yours? This thread seems to be a combination of Styxit, MadClickers and yours.

Love the work.

Git: https://github.com/Hellowlol/HTPC-Manager

The one I want tested: https://github.com/Hellowlol/HTPC-Manager/tree/stats

Here you go, Hellow

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After setting the XBMC server, I had to restart the service in order for it to be picked up.
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(2014-02-20, 18:51)ylafont Wrote:
(2014-02-19, 21:00)hellow Wrote:
(2014-02-19, 20:32)ylafont Wrote: Hellow, no problem. Which Git is yours? This thread seems to be a combination of Styxit, MadClickers and yours.

Love the work.

Git: https://github.com/Hellowlol/HTPC-Manager

The one I want tested: https://github.com/Hellowlol/HTPC-Manager/tree/stats

Here you go, Hellow

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After setting the XBMC server, I had to restart the service in order for it to be picked up.

Thank you for taking the time to test it. Everything seems to working, i just have one question. At time you took the screen shot, did you have any NAS mounted?

(2014-02-20, 22:57)MadClicker Wrote: I got it working with a list and a conditional. I'm sure it will need to be tweaked for other fstypes.

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Great! When it's finished would you push it to github so I can check it out?
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(2014-02-19, 21:00)hellow Wrote: Thank you for taking the time to test it. Everything seems to working, i just have one question. At time you took the screen shot, did you have any NAS mounted?

Yes, NAS volumes are mounted.

//192.168.1.3/Media on /mnt/Media type cifs (rw)
//192.168.1.3/Applications on /mnt/Applications type cifs (rw)
//192.168.1.3/FileSync on /mnt/FileSync type cifs (rw)
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Crap, i was hoping it worked the same way as windows.. Okei, all we need is a blacklist of ignored mountpoints.
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(2014-02-21, 00:16)hellow Wrote: Crap, i was hoping it worked the same way as windows.. Okei, all we need is a blacklist of ignored mountpoints.

Looks like MadClicker got it working. 8-)..
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I finally managed to mount my nas on my pi. Disks are now working like a charm. If a osx user and bsd user would test so i can send a proper pull would be very grateful.

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https://github.com/Hellowlol/HTPC-Manager/tree/stats
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It works on osx but smb shares is reporting wrong size, I have made a issue on its site, if it isn't resolved I'll make a workaround.
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Wow I am impressed. I have just configured HTPC manager to run on my local windows XBMC via tablets etc. I have also set up HTPC Manager to control my SAB, CouchPoato & Sickbeard which reside on a linux Seedbox overseas. It works like a dream and I think my wife will love using this HTPC interface. From my perspective the only thing I would like incorporated into the interface is a console for Deluge (even the thin layer). If I could have this it would be perfection.Are there any plans to add a deluge interface?[/u]
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(2014-03-04, 16:29)menage Wrote: Wow I am impressed. I have just configured HTPC manager to run on my local windows XBMC via tablets etc. I have also set up HTPC Manager to control my SAB, CouchPoato & Sickbeard which reside on a linux Seedbox overseas. It works like a dream and I think my wife will love using this HTPC interface. From my perspective the only thing I would like incorporated into the interface is a console for Deluge (even the thin layer). If I could have this it would be perfection.Are there any plans to add a deluge interface?[/u]

Isn't there already a deluge "module"? I can't remember..
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(2014-03-04, 16:29)menage Wrote: Wow I am impressed. It works like a dream and I think my wife will love using this HTPC interface.

Thank you, enjoy!!

(2014-03-04, 16:35)hellow Wrote:
(2014-03-04, 16:29)menage Wrote: Are there any plans to add a deluge interface?

Isn't there already a deluge "module"? I can't remember..

Yes Deluge is available. Although since this was a pull-request i am not sure how 'complete' this is.

Edit: This was my 100th post!
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