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by hugbug
Yesterday, 20:57
Forum: Support
Topic: NZBGet RSS feeds ignoring qualifying files
Replies: 4
Views: 23

Re: NZBGet RSS feeds ignoring qualifying files

Oh, wait. Maybe it's just because the filter doesn't have matching Accept-command for these items.
Please post your whole filter.
by hugbug
Yesterday, 16:42
Forum: Support
Topic: NZBGet RSS feeds ignoring qualifying files
Replies: 4
Views: 23

Re: NZBGet RSS feeds ignoring qualifying files

NZBGet tracks all items ever seen in RSS feeds. Such items are ignored. They are identified by their urls. It seems your rss site is reusing ids in the urls. That could happen if for example the database of the site was rebuilt for whatever reason. To delete the info about rss items: stop NZBGet, de...
by hugbug
13 Apr 2021, 13:05
Forum: Support
Topic: Changed password for server but still wants the old one
Replies: 2
Views: 40

Re: Changed password for server but still wants the old one

Since you don't need nzbget you better just remove it completely.
If you want to use it you should install the current version.
by hugbug
06 Apr 2021, 12:09
Forum: Support
Topic: downloading why so hard
Replies: 1
Views: 111

Re: downloading why so hard

You need a Usenet provider account to download from. Do not put drunkenslug account into NZBGet, drunkenslug isn’t a Usenet provider.
by hugbug
27 Mar 2021, 11:09
Forum: Support
Topic: Cant unpack
Replies: 3
Views: 97

Re: Cant unpack

There must be error messages in the log, prior this last message.
Click on the nzb in history, then on button Log, save log into file. Post the log to pastebin.com and a link here.
by hugbug
22 Mar 2021, 20:07
Forum: Support
Topic: Deleting my account
Replies: 1
Views: 104

Re: Deleting my account

Deleted.
by hugbug
15 Mar 2021, 18:15
Forum: Support
Topic: Searching and Resume by File Extension
Replies: 3
Views: 90

Re: Searching and Resume by File Extension

An alternative approach would be to use command line interface which can manipulate files using regular expressions. The following command resumes all .jpg-files in nzb mynzb: nzbget -L -E FR U "mynzb/.*\.jpg" But be very careful with the last parameter which is a regular expression in POSIX Extende...
by hugbug
15 Mar 2021, 17:56
Forum: Support
Topic: Searching and Resume by File Extension
Replies: 3
Views: 90

Re: Searching and Resume by File Extension

If your goal is to automate then you need to write a script, more specifically a queue script . In that script you use api method listfiles to get content of the nzb. Then find the ids of files you want to resume and use method editqueue with command FileResume . As an example of queue script see Qu...
by hugbug
09 Mar 2021, 18:48
Forum: Support
Topic: Moved Install Issue
Replies: 2
Views: 103

Re: Moved Install Issue

Check the log of the history item. It has messages explaining the issue.
by hugbug
06 Mar 2021, 18:07
Forum: Support
Topic: Paths under Linux (Readynas)
Replies: 2
Views: 97

Re: Paths under Linux (Readynas)

Try uploading nzb using web-interface.