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@housewrecker Is there a plan to make this an automated process, like re-scan daily?

Gaps searches through your Plex Server for all movies then queries for known movies in the same collection. If those movies don't exist in your library, Gaps will recommend getting those movies, legal

Good catch, I'll have to add that to the readme in GitHub. Thanks.

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So I cannot seem to get this connecting to Plex.

 

It just says it could not connect to plex.

 

Here is what I am putting into the GAPS config

https://192.168.1.22:32400/web/index.html

standard port

and just the raw token, no URL on it.

 

Here is what the log says.

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I have set secure connections to preferred.  Not sure what else to try.

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On 10/1/2020 at 8:20 AM, tkenn1s said:

@housewrecker Thank you for GAPS. This is awesome. Do you have an official place where I can make feature requests or report bugs?

 

FR: I would love to be able to mark items as "do not want" [eg. there are lots of sequels that were complete flops and I don't particularly care to waste storage for them]

FR: It would be nice to be able to see that a scan is in progress. I started a search for my library and navigated away to another tab. When I went back to 'missing', it just showed me there was nothing available [and did not show a scan was already in progress]. I assumed it was still working in the background and after a few hours I saw recommendations.

Bug: I really like the links to tmdb for other movies / what I have. However, they all just point to 'https://www.themoviedb.org/movie/' and not any particular movie.

Bug: I'm getting suggestions and the "owned" item is blank [see screenshot attached]. I do have "xXx: Return of Xander Cage", which shows in "Missing", but also doesn't give me a recommendation card for.

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@tkenn1s Thanks, I'm glad you like it!

 

GitHub Issues is the preferred way to track requests and bugs currently. 

 

Feel free to post up information on the bugs. I think some of those issues should be fixed now. But if you find any more, please let me know and add any logs.

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On 10/12/2020 at 6:35 AM, InfInIty said:

So I cannot seem to get this connecting to Plex.

 

It just says it could not connect to plex.

 

Here is what I am putting into the GAPS config

https://192.168.1.22:32400/web/index.html

standard port

and just the raw token, no URL on it.

 

Here is what the log says.

image.png.b06f8c3c5295d91159f6df4dc468d89b.png

 

I have set secure connections to preferred.  Not sure what else to try.

You can't use HTTPS plex currently. I'm actively working on that now but for today you must enable insecure connections. The wiki has a write up about that here.

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11 hours ago, pupmeister said:

To quote the previous question, any update on this or the ability to just scan my movies folders.

I won't speak for housewrecker but I can probably take a stab in the dark and say that scanning a folder will never happen with this tool.  It retrieves information (movie IDs) from Plex in order to build the related information -- Plex already does the hard work -- GAPS would have no way of knowing any type of movie id or where to scrape info from without Plexs' already-existing ID.  Make sense?

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31 minutes ago, Energen said:

I won't speak for housewrecker but I can probably take a stab in the dark and say that scanning a folder will never happen with this tool.  It retrieves information (movie IDs) from Plex in order to build the related information -- Plex already does the hard work -- GAPS would have no way of knowing any type of movie id or where to scrape info from without Plexs' already-existing ID.  Make sense?

I am just going from the description in the Github Page

"Gaps searches through your Plex Server or local folders for all movies, then queries for known movies in the same collection. If those movies don't exist in your library, Gaps will recommend getting those movies, legally of course."

 

I did try and get the windows version from the Github page working, but could not figure it out.

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Of course, this is the Christmas season and it's entirely reasonable that @housewrecker has decided to take some well deserved (I'm sure) time off from developing this project, and, possibly, the internet itself, to spend some time not being a marriage wrecker (another assumption, I know).

 

I hope we'll hear back in the next few weeks, as everyone's lives resume, and get some good news that an Emby version is in the works, but if not, well, I've lived without this thus far, and will continue to live without it in the future.

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I did take some time off. Thanks for understanding.

 

Gaps originally read from folders when it was a command line app over a year ago. Reading from folder is a huge amount of work. If you want to make a PR for that work, I'm happy to review it. 

 

Emby/Jellyfin I have looked into but a few other issues have come first. I don't personally run either so they're just lower on my list. Again, if you want to make a PR, I'm more than happy to review.

 

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At first, I could not access Gap's WebGUI.

 

After tweaking, I figured out why. If Gap installed with default settings (SSL: false...etc), opening webGUI should not force https, but instead default to http.

 

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4 hours ago, tmor2 said:

At first, I could not access Gap's WebGUI.

 

After tweaking, I figured out why. If Gap installed with default settings (SSL: false...etc), opening webGUI should not force https, but instead default to http.

 

 

SSL false would mean no HTTPS. Did you have a question about that or the configuration? 

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51 minutes ago, housewrecker said:

 

SSL false would mean no HTTPS. Did you have a question about that or the configuration? 

 

With default docker installation options, and once docker is running, when user clicks on WebGUI (UNRAID->Gaps-> icon click, select webGUI), an error message shows in browser (can't access site,..etc).

 

Upon closer inspection of webgui address (in browser), the address started with https. Once the "s" was removed (leaving http), the webgui could be accessed.

 

In short, when user installs Gaps in docker, the webgui should correctly open, - except, it doesn't.

 

The error is in docker default install options:

 

  1. Install Gap
  2. Click "EDIT"
  3. Switch to advanced view
  4. WebUI line: https://[IP]:[PORT:8884]
  5. SSL Boolean: false

 

4 and 5 cannot be both set like this at the same time. Either line 4. is changed to http://[IP]:[PORT:8884]

or

Default value for line 5. set to "true"

 

Also,  "SSL Boollean" should be changed to something more meaningful to all users, such as "Enable https for WebUI". It is not clear what "SSL Boollean" means: SSL to WebGUI, SSL to TVDB or sth. else.

 

Does that help?

 

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On 1/24/2021 at 7:11 PM, tmor2 said:

 

With default docker installation options, and once docker is running, when user clicks on WebGUI (UNRAID->Gaps-> icon click, select webGUI), an error message shows in browser (can't access site,..etc).

 

Upon closer inspection of webgui address (in browser), the address started with https. Once the "s" was removed (leaving http), the webgui could be accessed.

 

In short, when user installs Gaps in docker, the webgui should correctly open, - except, it doesn't.

 

The error is in docker default install options:

 

  1. Install Gap
  2. Click "EDIT"
  3. Switch to advanced view
  4. WebUI line: https://[IP]:[PORT:8884]
  5. SSL Boolean: false

 

4 and 5 cannot be both set like this at the same time. Either line 4. is changed to http://[IP]:[PORT:8884]

or

Default value for line 5. set to "true"

 

Also,  "SSL Boollean" should be changed to something more meaningful to all users, such as "Enable https for WebUI". It is not clear what "SSL Boollean" means: SSL to WebGUI, SSL to TVDB or sth. else.

 

Does that help?

 

 

Changing the label is fine. I can make that update.

 

But looking at the XML template used by Unraid. It does not have https, it's http. I'm not sure how your situation defaulted to that.

 

https://github.com/Knoxie/UnraidTemplates/blob/master/gaps-unraid.xml

 

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6 hours ago, housewrecker said:

 

Changing the label is fine. I can make that update.

 

But looking at the XML template used by Unraid. It does not have https, it's http. I'm not sure how your situation defaulted to that.

 

https://github.com/Knoxie/UnraidTemplates/blob/master/gaps-unraid.xml

 

 

I installed gaps over a year ago and last used in with a command line (old version didn't used to have WebGUI).
 

I just deinstalled Gaps, and reinstalled it, and you are correct, advanced tab now shows: "http://[IP]:[PORT:8484]"

 

I can only deduce that updates may not have correctly updated this since the "terminal-only" days app.

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