Unmax

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  1. Hey man, yes I am still working on it. See: https://github.com/PlexRipper/PlexRipper/issues/97
  2. Yes it is, life gets in the way but I'm definitly still working on PlexRipper. I took a day of tommorrow so I have 3 full days to make improvements.
  3. I see what you mean, the quick fix is to select all downloads and either delete or restart them. Alternatively, you could edit the SQLite database and empty the DownloadTasks table. I am currently working on rewriting the download process and hope to prevent locking/detaching as you mentioned. I also hope to resolve the slow download speeds as others have mentioned. You can follow any updates on this here: https://github.com/PlexRipper/PlexRipper/issues/85
  4. Yeah I think you're on the "stable" PlexRipper branch. I have released the new 0.8.7 update on the stable branch as it fixes more things than it hopefully breaks. Just wait like 15-30 minutes and then update your docker container. It should show you have an update after this time.
  5. Someone e-mailed me about preventing abuse and I decided to create a pinned Github issue about this topic with my initial answer. Which you can find here: For PlexServer owners - Preventing PlexRipper abuse discussion Lets move this discussion there otherwise it's all over the place. You're right, this is however 1 of my ideas to by default not exceed the bandwidth it would require to stream media.
  6. The update is only on PlexRipper development for now and someone else confirmed the tvShows now working again, check and make sure PlexRipper Development has version v0.8.7
  7. @milfer322 @thebaconboss @pieman16 @dest0 I have created a new release on the development branch! Most important fixes are, added 2FA support and fixed the "new device spam" https://github.com/PlexRipper/PlexRipper/releases/tag/v0.8.7 Next high priority fixes are these: - Download media files are being wrongly named due to a parsing error and given the incorrect file permissions. - Download speed limit configurable per server as not to fully take up all available bandwidth - Slow download speeds with certain servers - Disabling the Download page commands for TvShow and Seasons download tasks, these are currently not working and might confuse users I've also added the feedback I received here to the Github issues, please subscribe to those for updates!
  8. Please follow this Github issue for updates: https://github.com/PlexRipper/PlexRipper/issues/86 I hope to have this fixed in the next release
  9. Might be a misunderstanding, but this isn't fixed yet. It works most of the time but in certain instances it doesn't work, this is a high priority to be fixed
  10. Bit of an update! I'm still working hard on PlexRipper, "unfortunately" I have a job as well which means I can't work on this 24/7. However, this weekend I'm going to spend it all on fixing as much things as possible. I'm currently working on 2FA authentication which should be 80% done, its quite a bit more work than I expected but after this is finished I will release the update on the development branch. The next update [0.8.7] will include the following: - French translation with 95% translated, this is a first draft - The "new device" spam should be fixed - 2FA authentication working - Behind the scenes code improvements After that I will work on the following things in order: - Download media files are being wrongly named due to a parsing error and given the incorrect file permissions. - Download speed limit configurable per server as not to fully take up all available bandwidth - Slow download speeds with certain servers - Disabling the Download page commands for TvShow and Seasons download tasks, these are currently not working and might confuse users - Certain libraries are stuck on loading when viewing those in PlexRipper Unless they are quality of life, I am focused now on fixing bugs and other issues. Keep the feedback coming, I am keeping an eye on everything and am dedicated in fixing all the issues. Have a nice weekend everyone!
  11. @milfer322, @thebaconboss, @dest0, @pieman16 I'm investigating the 2FA issue now and in order for PlexRipper to support that I am following this guide: Authenticating with Plex I think I have also found a fix for the "New Device" spam, PlexRipper is not sending any extra data with its server requests which makes it seem its a new device with every request. I have copied over the data as if I am a Plex Web browser client: Also a question, how do I enable getting those spam notifications? Does it only happen if I'm logged in on the Plex mobile app with the server account? Edit: It seems the spam was due to not having a consistent Client Identifier for PlexRipper, this will be fixed in the next release!
  12. In my testing PlexRipper went undetected by for example Tautelli or Plex itself. What setup and configuration is your friend using? PlexRipper is connecting however in the background to retrieve metadata and indexing all the media the server has to add to its own database.
  13. Ah I see what the problem is! This is something that I can fix, I hope to work again on PlexRipper in a few hours and will have a fix shortly. Thanks for the feedback!
  14. Most likely that some parsing of the name went wrong, ideally it should have the same name. Try downloading it again, click on the icon I marked here and send me a screenshot of what it says
  15. This was/is the idea that made me create PlexRipper in the first place and I'm happy someone else sees that as a cool thing as well! However, a lot needs to still happen to get to this goal, things like searching, separate API for Radarr/Sonarr etc but it is definitely on the Wishlist! My vision is, you as the user searches something in Radarr/Sonarr, PlexRipper searches through all available servers and returns the result, and based on settings in Radarr/Sonarr, downloads it to a folder and moves it to its destination. All of this works without opening PlexRipper once etc. This would make creating your own media collection so much simpler, no more searching through torrents/Usenet and Plex servers always have the best quality content compared to torrents/usenet as people only keep the good quality media. Also no DMCA requests that remove old or popular content from the public, Plex server owners can back-up their collection to their friends without setting up complex pipelines etc. I wish I had a Hyperbolic Timechamber and work on this 24/7