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I have now successful installed NZBGet on my Linux box and it is working. Now I would like the web interface to work as well.
Right now the web interface (on a Windows 2003) is connecting to the Linux box and I can get information from the NZBGet server. (nzbget -s)
The web interface cannot access my Linux Samba Share because it should point at a Windows share location (like Y:Download) and not like \172.22.22.1ShareDownload
So the web interface cannot tell me how much free space I have and I cannot upload a nzb file.
Do you expect to somehow make a fix for this or is it a too rare problem that only I have? ;o)
It works. You just need to double the slashes to build a correct php-string:
$dstdir = '\\172.22.22.1\Share\Download';
$nzbdir = '\\172.22.22.1\Share\Download\nzb';
Yes. You are right!
Is there a method to choose which user is accessing the share? Currently I get a access denied and the samba log doesn't tell me anything.
>Is there a method to choose which user is accessing the share?
I guess not.
If you cannot setup samba to allow access from windows-computer without user/password, then you can map the samba-share on windows as a drive. In this case you can use username/password and windows can save them and reuse on next load.
I have the same problem.
Any clue ?
I'm curious, why not put nzbgetweb on the Linux box?
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