Update - it looks like NZBGet created a new directory with the same name as my external hard drive mount point "WDEL10TB" when it started on boot, before the USB drive mounted. So when my USB drive mounted Raspbian named it "WDEL10TB1".
So, I tried adding in the
code in the nzbget.service file and deleting the new directory and renaming the old one back to its original name, but
"mv: cannot move 'WDEL10TB1' to 'WDEL10TB': Device or resource busy"
Also, when I try to disable the nzbget.service "sudo service nzbget disable"
"nzbget: unrecognized service"
All I want to do at this point is get my old file structure back. Ugh.
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ExecStart=/usr/share/nzbget/nzbget -c /usr/share/nzbget/nzbget.conf -D
(FYI, I commented out User and Group after a search showed it working better on a Raspi since it wasn't starting at boot yesterday.)