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19 minutes ago, BillClinton said:

Black hole is a fallback way of adding a torrent file to a deluge. It’s where you put .torrent files if you grab one manually. The downloader will see it and start the download. It’s also a way of getting apps like Sonarr to talk to downloaders that can’t handle the api calls etc.

 

 

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So the path should be /mnt/disks/deluge/watch for the "watch" folder used by deluge? Never used that feature but thought it was for creating an upload torrent.

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Application Name: Jackett Application Site: https://github.com/Jackett/Jackett Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/linuxserver/jackett/ Github: https://github.com/linuxserver/docker-ja

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So the path should be /mnt/disks/deluge/watch for the "watch" folder used by deluge? Never used that feature but thought it was for creating an upload torrent.



Yes that’s correct. You’ll need to specify the folder in deluge preferences.


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@DZMM came across the same(?) issue in the last couple of days, found the reason:

 

Here is the issue, looks like it was an issue Jackett introduced at some point.

https://github.com/SickRage/SickRage/issues/4132

 

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...definitely looks like sickrage is trying to parse the filename from the URL instead of the Content-Disposition header.

This change was introduced to jackett because support for magnet links were added.
In case a tracker doesn't provide normal torrent files and they're only available from the torrent's details page a request to the jackett download link will return a redirect (HTTP status code 301, Moved Permanently) with the Location header set to a magnet URI.
Not sure if sickrage can handle this case. This is used by e.g. the jackett ETTV and Torrent Downloads indexers.

 

 

Other users noted a temporary solution:

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Downgraded to Jackett v0.8.355 and disabled autoupdate in Jackett GUI and it works like normal now.

 

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So the whole specifying a version is new to me, but here's how to do it for the uninitiated.

Based on github thread, I'm dropping back to tag 83 (from: https://hub.docker.com/r/linuxserver/jackett/tags/)


In the edit screen of the Jackett docker, turn on the advanced view (top right).

In the repository field add a colon + tag number so it looks like: linuxserver/jackett:83

 

This fixed the issues I was having.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Yeah I had restarted my server over the weekend and it must of updated to latest on startup.

47 minutes ago, wgstarks said:

Did you mean colon + tag?

Or maybe it should be linuxserver/jacket;83

Yeah I had restarted my server over the weekend and it must of updated to latest on startup.

yes colon :)

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On 11/14/2017 at 4:42 AM, tjb_altf4 said:

 

Based on github thread, I'm dropping back to tag 83 (from: https://hub.docker.com/r/linuxserver/jackett/tags/)

 

This fixed the issues I was having.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Worked for me also up until today and tried all other tags per the same guidance with no results.  Is there any more on this or is it fixed and I'm the lone user with issues on my end? 

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@tjb_altf4 I kept my Jackett to the latest version and just realized that the proxy settings were broken.  The only time I get this to work again was to follow your instruction 

 

Since the official unRaid 6.4.0, I gave my binhex-delugevpn an IP on a different subnet, and the vpn and privoxy seem to work; however, my Jackett proxy settings broke again after pointing it to use the new IP of the proxy. It used to be pointing to unRaid's IP when it was working. 

 

Would it be possible to point Jackett to use delugevpn as a proxy if they are on two different subnet?

I am trying to re-ip my containers because I don't want my users to keep going to my unRaid server's IP. So far the only thing I got it working after re-IP-ing are Emby, Booksonic, Unifi

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How can I access the Definitions folder in this docker? I'm trying to add a couple custom yml files and my log says it's accessing

/app/Jackett/Definitions/

for all the pre-installed sites, but that folder doesn't exist inside my appconfig folder. Am I missing something?

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20 minutes ago, druck21 said:

How can I access the Definitions folder in this docker? I'm trying to add a couple custom yml files and my log says it's accessing


/app/Jackett/Definitions/

for all the pre-installed sites, but that folder doesn't exist inside my appconfig folder. Am I missing something?

 

If the folder isn't in the appconfig folder, then it's in the docker image. You'll have to copy it over. The best way to do that is to put it in the appconfig folder, open a command line in docker, and copy it to the right place. I don't remember the command off the top of my head but it's something like `docker exec -i -t <name> bash`. That might even be right...

Anyway, the problem is that it gets wiped out anytime the image get updated. Really, unless it can go in one of the mapped folders, it won't survive changes to the image. You could try changing the docker settings to add a map to that folder to another folder on your system (the cache drive or wherever you keep your appconfig folders for example) and put the file in there. But be careful. with doing that. You don't want to break things 

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2 minutes ago, HarryRosen said:

it is possible to update jackett to the new pre-release  0.8.862 which fixes some torrents sites?

 

It'll get rebuilt when the Jackett team push a new release. 

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Hi,

I un-ticked the 'allow external access' box, and now I can't access the webpage anymore.  I assumed external was referring to 'from the internet' and not localhost.  Anyway to get back in, or am I gonna have to setup my docker from scratch?

 

Thanks for any help.

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Hi,
I un-ticked the 'allow external access' box, and now I can't access the webpage anymore.  I assumed external was referring to 'from the internet' and not localhost.  Anyway to get back in, or am I gonna have to setup my docker from scratch?
 
Thanks for any help.
You can take a look in the appdata folder and see if there's a config file you can edit manually, otherwise you're SOOL
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On 5/21/2018 at 10:03 AM, DingHo said:

Hi,

I un-ticked the 'allow external access' box, and now I can't access the webpage anymore.  I assumed external was referring to 'from the internet' and not localhost.  Anyway to get back in, or am I gonna have to setup my docker from scratch?

 

Thanks for any help.

 

3rd person to do that!, not saying who the first person was ? solution:-

 

https://lime-technology.com/forums/topic/61433-support-binhex-jackett/?do=findComment&comment=653579

 

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