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by Nedle
13 Oct 2015, 12:33
Forum: Feature discussion
Topic: [New Feature] Android installer
Replies: 131
Views: 156767

Re: [New Feature] Android installer

Does that mean the nzbget binary is compiled in PIE mode and will not work on older androids (prior 4.1)? Not that a big issue probably, considering the total lack of interest to android build anyway. Are you planning to do more tests with this version or stick to the port from play store? Not sure...
by Nedle
13 Oct 2015, 09:59
Forum: Feature discussion
Topic: [New Feature] Android installer
Replies: 131
Views: 156767

Re: [New Feature] Android installer

hugbug wrote:Was the change in linker necessary to run nzbget too or is it for python only?
Only for python
by Nedle
13 Oct 2015, 09:40
Forum: Feature discussion
Topic: [New Feature] Android installer
Replies: 131
Views: 156767

Re: [New Feature] Android installer

Settings page always loads all scripts from disk. But to be able to select scripts for nzbs or launch them NZBGet must be reloaded after a new script was added to scripts folder. NZBGet android app is just small control program to launch the actual nzbget daemon. The daemon is controlled via a shel...
by Nedle
12 Oct 2015, 15:15
Forum: Feature discussion
Topic: [New Feature] Android installer
Replies: 131
Views: 156767

Re: [New Feature] Android installer

Only just found this so figured I'd try it out, have been using the nzbget mobile port which you can find on the playstore prior to this. Also had the "Could not resolve hostname error", using IP-addresses does indeed fix that and I was able to download a few test files. Didn't get PP-scripts to wor...
by Nedle
30 Dec 2014, 15:56
Forum: Extension scripts
Topic: [PP-Script] FailureLink
Replies: 16
Views: 11371

Re: [PP-Script] FailureLink

I have been using my own bash version of this script for a while now. I just updated my NZBGet to 14.0 and the failure link variable seems to be always empty now. I couldn't find anything in the release about changing the variable so not sure what is causing it. I use:

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$NZBPR__DNZB_FAILURE
by Nedle
22 Aug 2014, 14:25
Forum: Extension scripts
Topic: [PP-Script] AutoRemote
Replies: 0
Views: 1965

[PP-Script] AutoRemote

AutoRemote is a plugin for the popular android app Tasker. It allows you to send messages between android devices, computers, chrome instances and more. You can also send notifications to your Phone/Tablet chrome using it, thus it seems perfect for a PP-script. As AutoRemote is a plugin for tasker y...
by Nedle
21 Aug 2014, 19:20
Forum: Support
Topic: Linux shell JSON troubles
Replies: 5
Views: 1953

Re: Linux shell JSON troubles

Well was getting json errors, appearantly because the quotes were lost again so I had to enclose them again. Anyway, script is done: https://www.dropbox.com/s/oi66w6c1cxas62g/FailureLink_shell.sh Should be usable by anyone on linux. If you are not on android you will want to remove the line where I ...
by Nedle
21 Aug 2014, 13:53
Forum: Support
Topic: Linux shell JSON troubles
Replies: 5
Views: 1953

Re: Linux shell JSON troubles

Running NZBGet 12 so can't use urls with append. Need to use appendurl. I can pass the filename/category correctly now, they show up in nzbget with the correct filename. However the url is invalid. The links are of this format (tried http and https) http://dognzb.cr/fetch/ca4c5de2a2b596628323f185d06...
by Nedle
21 Aug 2014, 12:45
Forum: Support
Topic: Linux shell JSON troubles
Replies: 5
Views: 1953

Linux shell JSON troubles

I'm trying to port the FailureLink script for DogNZB which was build in python to a linux shell script. Got quite far, but stuck with adding the new nzb to que. Keep getting this error: { "version" : "1.1", "error" : { "name" : "JSONRPCError", "code" : 2, "message" : "Invalid parameter (Category)" }...
by Nedle
19 Aug 2014, 19:17
Forum: Extension scripts
Topic: [PP-Script / Scan-Script] Automatically Fetch Subtitles
Replies: 281
Views: 132937

Re: [PP-Script] Subliminal - Subtitles, faster than your tho

Nedle is a magician beating android to death with python ;) Because android doesn't support python natively he has installed it somehow using his magic. Furthermore the system has problems starting py-files. Therefore he has written a bash-wrapper which configures paths required for python and then...