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  1. Last thing I am trying to do is run the converter in the preprocessor. I have a couple of questions/issues...first I see the example_ebooks_convert.py in /app/lazylibrarian/. I added /app/lazylibrarian/example_ebook_convert.py to the preprocessor program field, but it keeps saying... Preprocessor returned 1: res[] err[runScript exception: FileNotFoundError [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/app/lazylibrarian/example_ebook_convert.py': '/app/lazylibrarian/example_ebook_convert.py'] Also, in the script it wants to define the full path of ebook-convert if it does not exist in the same path as the script (I assume). Since I don't see it in /app/lazylibrarian/ I checked and it seems like others have defined the path as /opt/calibre/ but this path seems to be empty. I am not sure what I am supposed to use here.
  2. FYI, I changed from /mnt/user/downloads/completed/books to /mnt/user/downloads/completed. This caused LL to no longer import my downloaded books to the LL dir. Changing it back to /mnt/user/downloads/completed/books resolved it. Also, I am no longer having the issue when attempting to send or open a book. Seems to be working now
  3. I am not sure what happened but this is not working for me
  4. Ahhh, sorry I missed that in your original posting. I’m sure you already used this tutorial. I would watch it again particularly starting around the 9:40 mark and see if you missed something. This is what I used and have a similar hardware setup as you. I didn’t have any issues.
  5. In Network Settings of Unraid do you see the interfaces listed? Possibly under the Interface Rules group.
  6. Okay so I may have had /downloads incorrect in LL. For other containers (sonarr, radarr, etc.) I have /mnt/user/downloads/completed for LL I had /mnt/user/downloads/completed/books. So it seems like I need to remove books from the download path in LL correct? Where this doesn't make sense to me is that the downloaded books are being moved to the LL /books location just fine, from what I can tell. It's just when I go to send it to my ereader that is says it can't find the file. When the file seems to be in the path that it says it can't find it in.
  7. Ahhh okay, I am certainly not well informed when it comes to containers and what all is in the container's file system. No matter how obvious it seems. I have attached a screen capture that shows what is in both books and downloads. That's as far as I knew how to go in the path, I wasn't sure how to get further with the names with single quotes around them.
  8. I attached a screen capture to one of the previous posts, which shows the /downloads and /books paths for the container. Are these incorrect?
  9. No worries. Thanks for trying. Anyone else have any suggestions?
  10. Yeah, when you go to the eBooks tab, if the book has been downloaded you should have a button on the far right-hand column labeled Send.
  11. It does, but only past /books... Missing eBook Randy Wayne White, Cuba Straits [/books/Randy Wayne White/Cuba Straits (37)/Cuba Straits - Randy Wayne White.mobi]
  12. As far as I can tell. I am not sure of a way to have LL show the path to me, but it gives me the options to Open or Send after it was downloaded and placed in the /books/author/title path.
  13. I can download the books fine, and they are then moved to the /books path. The issue is when I click the send button in the UI to send the mobi file to my ereader. That is when I see in the log that it cannot find the file, but the file is actually there. LazyLibrarian has the correct path and file name, and the must see the files as it shows it as available to send to my device, but for some reason doesn’t see the file when attempting to send it to my device.
  14. I don't think that is the case, but I have included some screen captures that I wasn't able to obtain with the original posting. Let me know if there is anything else I can provide. Thanks!