spants

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  1. has anyone tried to update from SABnzbd-0.5.2 to SABnzbd-0.5.3? It now supports .gz files that come from bin-req Tony
  2. ... I tried using the alpha3 linux version, the ffmpeg pre-compiled version and still had issues, so I gave up and used the windows version which worked straight away:) (but I must learn linux!) Tony
  3. I have used Joe's method to move all packages from flash to /mnt/cache/.custom/flash/packages and it works brilliantly! Thanks for sharing Tony
  4. Thanks Brit - will try tomorrow as I am off to a BBQ! cheers Tony
  5. definitely failed to build ffmpeg.... no rush! Thanks, Tony
  6. I cant get this working I have tried the manual way and from unraid menu. I can see the server and navigate the directories but when I choose a film, it waits at Loading. I think that it is a similar problem to another poster ie the mp3lame option is not reconised and therefore ffmpeg is not built - I cannot find an executable for it.... Any hints? (I have c compilers and java installed & using 4.5.6) Tony
  7. to close the thread..... I think the answer is here http://lime-technology.com/forum/index.php?topic=6184.0 Tony
  8. Hi I think that my flash drive is becoming full. As a linux newbie, what would be the syntax for booting from USB and then transferring the pkg installations etc from a hidden "." directory on the cache drive?. Are there any gotchas? I would hate to lose my data! cheers Tony My go script is: #!/bin/bash # Start the Management Utility /usr/local/sbin/emhttp & /boot/unmenu/uu & # determine if cache drive online, retry upto 7 times for i in 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 do if [ ! -d /mnt/cache ] then sleep 10 fi done /boot/cache_dirs -w -e "BIN" & cd /boot/packages && find . -name '*.auto_install' -type f -print | sort | xargs -n1 sh -c cp --preserve=timestamps /boot/custom/etc/ssh/ssh*key* /etc/ssh chmod 600 /etc/ssh/ssh*key* /etc/rc.d/rc.sshd start # install crashplan tar -C / -xvf /boot/packages/crashplan.tar /usr/local/crashplan/bin/CrashPlanEngine start # If Cache drive is online, start SABNzbd if [ -d /mnt/cache ]; then # Start SABnzbd and sickbeard installpkg /boot/custom/SABnzbdDependencies-1.3-i486-unRAID.tgz python /mnt/cache/.custom/sabnzbd/SABnzbd.py -d -s 192.168.1.22:88 nohup python /mnt/cache/.custom/sickbeard/SickBeard.py & fi # setup delete of BIN files older than 1 or 2 days daily crontab -l >/tmp/crontab echo "# delete 2 day old files:" >>/tmp/crontab echo "35 6 * * * root find /mnt/user/BIN -mtime +1 -print -exec rm -rf {} \;" >>/tmp/crontab crontab /tmp/crontab
  9. I am pretty sure that the path parameter allows you to do this. I think that I have solved my problem with exclude not working - I didn't have a /tmp directory and therefore as the first parameter, it caused the other parameters not to be read. Will test further...
  10. Thanks for the suggestion but it is still putting them in the BIN (tried doing the changes and then a reboot) Is my syntax correct? regards Spants
  11. this is working well in that it creates a copy in BIN for me to retrieve.... however, I cant get it to exclude my download directories. Can anyone see what I have done wrong? regards Spants [bIN] path = /mnt/user/BIN read only = No [global] vfs objects = recycle recycle:repository = /mnt/user/BIN/%m recycle:keeptree = Yes recycle:touch = Yes recycle:versions = Yes recycle:exclude = *.tmp *.tib recycle:exclude_dir = /tmp | /mnt/user/Spants/1.5tb/downloads2 | /mnt/user/Spants/1.5tb/downloads | /mnt/user/downloads recycle:noversions = *.doc *.xls *.ppt