NZBget for Synology

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al3x
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Re: NZBget for Synology

Post by al3x » 14 Jan 2018, 19:54

Well, can't help you with that unfortunately. I just set permissions via DSM and every new file that gets created inherits those permissions automatically.

One thing I learned the hard way: If you use Btrfs you should never alter file permissions with chmod. It messes up the extended file permissions (ACL) used by DSM. As soon as I started setting permissions on Btrfs volumes through DSM only everything was working fine.

You get those '+' when listing files too, reminding you that there is ACL in action:

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barenaked
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Re: NZBget for Synology

Post by barenaked » 15 Jan 2018, 06:56

Snipe3000 wrote:
10 Jan 2018, 20:06
Hey guys,
I'm considering uninstalling my NZBget syno package and manually installing it as suggested so that I can have the latest build, but I'm worried about my rss feeds. I really don't want to re-enter all 400 of them and I see from reading this forum there might be some issues with loading the config save file from version 17, where I'm guessing all of the rss feeds would be saved.
Is there a fix for that? or a work-around?
There is indeed an issue but only if you import the whole config file. For me it went fine importing the servers, categories and rss feeds. Everything else is very easy to set up afterwards.

The worst thing messing it all up is importing old paths (maindir, appdir,...).

inspectah
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Re: NZBget for Synology

Post by inspectah » 03 Feb 2018, 10:12

al3x wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 02:22

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12) Create a new task in the DSM Task Scheduler to autostart NZBget on system boot:
Create > Triggered Task > User-defined Script
Task: NZBget / User: root / Event: Boot-up
Run command: sudo --user=nzbget /volume1/\@appstore/nzbget/nzbget -D
I always have to run the task manually for NZBget to start after a reboot, what am I doing wrong?
This is how my setup looks like:
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al3x
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Re: NZBget for Synology

Post by al3x » 03 Feb 2018, 12:27

inspectah wrote:
03 Feb 2018, 10:12
I always have to run the task manually for NZBget to start after a reboot, what am I doing wrong?
It could be that your USB flash drive is not mounted yet when the task is executed. That would result in the script not finding the binary and just doing nothing.

You could try to change your start script to this:

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while [ ! -f "/volumeUSB1/usbshare/nzbget/nzbget" ]; do sleep 5; done
sudo --user=nzbget /volumeUSB1/usbshare/nzbget/nzbget -D
That should wait for as long as it takes to mount the drive before trying to start nzbget.

inspectah
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Re: NZBget for Synology

Post by inspectah » 03 Feb 2018, 15:28

Thanks, will try that.

useless
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Re: NZBget for Synology

Post by useless » 12 Feb 2018, 07:17

hi!

i have a question:
i updated my nas (216play) last evening and now i can*t access to nzbget (installed it the manual way as described at page 1)...
do i have to re-install it everytime when i update my synology?

thanks!

cestlebon
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Re: NZBget for Synology

Post by cestlebon » 12 Feb 2018, 14:05

You won't need to reinstall, but have you created a task which takes care of starting nzbget after a reboot?

If not, there are several examples listed in this thread which describe how to do this.

useless
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Re: NZBget for Synology

Post by useless » 13 Feb 2018, 05:36

yes, the task was created (yet after the instalaltion)...
and i also tried to start nzbget via terminal (as descriobed here) and there are no errors...

i always get this error in my browser (chrome):
ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED

thanks!

cestlebon
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Re: NZBget for Synology

Post by cestlebon » 13 Feb 2018, 15:55

I think that it's probably not running or using a different port. So you could check if it's actually running from a shell.

if you type this command:

ps -aux | grep nzbget

you should get a result like this:

root 9184 0.0 0.0 23140 2292 pts/12 S+ 16:53 0:00 grep --color=auto nzbget
nzbget 23419 4.7 2.0 2540960 77560 ? Ssl Feb08 338:01 /usr/local/nzbget/nzbget -D

It's the second line which proves that nzbget is running and that your scheduled startup task is working.

useless
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Re: NZBget for Synology

Post by useless » 14 Feb 2018, 19:10

i just get the first line...

i tried to restart the task, now change....

any other ideas?

best regards

ps: also did the task manualy in the terminal, no effect...

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