Why can't I start nzbget as (non-root) user?

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wilberfan
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Why can't I start nzbget as (non-root) user?

Post by wilberfan » 08 Oct 2014, 02:19

Why does this happen?:

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$ nzbget -c ~/.nzbget/nzbget.conf -D
nzbget.conf(318): Invalid option "Category1.PostScript"
nzbget.conf(591): Invalid option "PropagationDelay"
nzbget.conf(621): Invalid option "ArticleCache"
nzbget.conf(677): Invalid option "WriteBuffer"
nzbget.conf(706): Invalid option "ArticleTimeout"
nzbget.conf(711): Invalid option "UrlTimeout"
nzbget.conf(831): Invalid option "WriteLog"
nzbget.conf(837): Invalid option "RotateLog"
nzbget.conf(1101): Invalid option "ParQuick"
nzbget.conf(1112): Invalid option "ParBuffer"
nzbget.conf(1122): Invalid option "ParThreads"
nzbget.conf(1137): Invalid option "ParIgnoreExt"
nzbget.conf(1393): Invalid option "PostScript"
nzbget.conf(1498): Invalid option "ScanScript"
nzbget.conf(1571): Invalid option "QueueScript"
nzbget.conf(1615): Invalid option "EventInterval"
I'm on an arch linux 32-bit system. Am I obligated to start it with sudo?

This always works
$ sudo -u wilberfan /usr/bin/nzbget -c /usr/local/share/nzbget/nzbget.conf -D

[edit] Running v14.0-testing 1:0.r1134-1

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