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OK, thanks for the output!

 

1. Do you have a cache drive in your system?

Yes

OK...

What version of unRAID are your running?

 

 

If it is version 5 I am going to guess that your .pyload folder on the cache drive is getting moved eventually by mover.

 

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Yes ists the newest RC16C of Version 5. How can i check if mover does move my .pyload folder? Can i do something against this?

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Yes ists the newest RC16C of Version 5. How can i check if mover does move my .pyload folder? Can i do something against this?

It should be in the UserShares tab.  You will have to set the Share as "Cache Only"

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No it isnt in the UserShares Tab. Do i have to make the .pyload Folder visible by renaming it to pyload?

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No it isnt in the UserShares Tab. Do i have to make the .pyload Folder visible by renaming it to pyload?

Possibly... I don't use "." for my leading folders so I am not sure if they show in the webGUI or not.

 

In 4.7 a "." in front of a folder would cause mover to ignore it.  That is no longer the case in 5.0 so any folder you want to only reside on the cache drive needs to be set up that way in the User Shares section.

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Tryed it: Install dir is set to /mnt/cache/pyload

 

But the re-installation does not work...

Is your array set to auto start on reboot?

 

If not that is likely causing this "problem"

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i want to install it on /mnt/disk2/.pyload but it also don't want to autoinstall itself. no entry at all in the syslog about pyload. so it doesnt even try. any ideas?

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my install log

Traceback (most recent call last):

  File "/mnt/disk2/.pyload/pyLoadCore.py", line 48, in

    from module.network.RequestFactory import RequestFactory

  File "/mnt/disk2/.pyload/module/network/RequestFactory.py", line 22, in

    from Browser import Browser

  File "/mnt/disk2/.pyload/module/network/Browser.py", line 6, in

    from HTTPRequest import HTTPRequest

  File "/mnt/disk2/.pyload/module/network/HTTPRequest.py", line 20, in

    import pycurl

ImportError: No module named pycurl <- is this bad? pycurl is installed

INSTALLED_PYLOAD_VERSION ::

LATEST_DOWNLOADED_VERSION :: 0.4.9

LATEST_DOWNLOADED_FILE :: pyload-src-v0.4.9.zip

Archive:  /boot/packages/pyload-src-v0.4.9.zip

...

Installed pyload to /mnt/disk2/.pyload

pyLoad pyload.conf file already exists

Created unraid.d directory

Created init script, /etc/rc.d/unraid.d/rc.unraid_pyload

Created unmenu start script, /boot/unmenu/43-unmenu_user_script_start_pyload

Created unmenu start script, /boot/unmenu/43-unmenu_user_script_stop_pyload

pyLoad started as nobody.

Please go Here to setup pyLoad the rest of the way

 

after this i get this in unmenu pkg manager:

 

pyLoad	Installed, but version is different.
Current version='' expected '0.4.9'

 

but it is 0.4.9 and it is working. by the way: is this your git? https://github.com/botez/unraid-pyload ?

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Just installed and tested with some files. Works great for my application. I can finally stop running jdownloader on my main computer and offload work to the server instead!

 

I'll still have to micromanage the downloads as I did with jdownloader, but it's no more involved than if I did it on my main computer!

 

Thanks for the package!

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I get the same error since a few days. Pyload starts but i get a creppy webinterface.

 

/etc/rc.d/unraid.d/rc.unraid_pyload start
chmod: cannot access `/mnt/cache/pyload/pyload.conf': No such file or directory
cat: /mnt/cache/pyload/pyload.conf: No such file or directory
mkdir: cannot create directory `': No such file or directory
cat: /mnt/cache/pyload/pyload.conf: No such file or directory
mkdir: cannot create directory `': No such file or directory
chown: cannot access `': No such file or directory
chown: cannot access `': No such file or directory
pyLoad started as nobody.

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Hi there

I'm not running a cache drive but have a non-array drive. Can I install pyload to that?

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Had to rebuild some stuff recently and I'm just now getting around to reinstalling Pyload. I'm running unRAID 5.0.5 and getting the error below:

 

You are not running unRAID version 5.0 so this package can not be installed

exit

 

 

EDIT:

Commented out the version check in the .conf file. All installed fine.

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Hi,

 

is there any working pyload.plg that i could use. All the versions i have found are not working. Thanks

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