[FreeNAS 9 Plugins] - SAB / SB / CP / HP / Maraschino / HTPC / Mylar / LL / Gamez

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    Joshua Parker Ruehlig, Nov 11, 2013

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    Joshua Parker Ruehlig, Nov 11, 2013

    NOTES
    • Program config, database, logs, and cache files are stored in your plugin jail's '/usr/pbi/plugin-arch/etc/plugin' directory.
    • SABnzbd can be updated to the latest stable version with the command 'service sabnzbd update'
    • Headphones includes ffmpeg for audio transcoding
    TODO
    • Try USE_LDCONFIG/ldhints instead of external-links
    • Experiment with PyPy
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    Joshua Parker Ruehlig, Nov 11, 2013

    INSTALLATION & SETUP
    A complete setup guide for SABnzbd, SickBeard, and CouchPotato can be found on my personal blog. Please do not post links to any configuration guides for these plugins on this forum.

    This thread is only for the discussion of FreeNAS specific questions and bugs related to these plugins. For program specific help, please see the respective program's support resources.


    How to switch an install of SickBeard to a different branch (e.g. TPB)
    This will delete the respective install's config and database!

    In the respective install's jail's commandline..
    Code (text):
    1. service sickbeard onestop
    2. rm -r /usr/pbi/sickbeard-amd64/share/sickbeard/Sick-Beard /usr/pbi/sickbeard-amd64/etc/sickbeard/*
    3.  
    4. pkg install git
    5. git clone https://github.com/mr-orange/Sick-Beard.git /usr/pbi/sickbeard-amd64/share/sickbeard/Sick-Beard
    6. chown -R media:media /usr/pbi/sickbeard-amd64/share/sickbeard/Sick-Beard
    7. service sickbeard start
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    raidflex, Nov 13, 2013

    Which users are created with these plugins? Are they the same as Master Gollom's?
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    Joshua Parker Ruehlig, Nov 13, 2013

    these use the 'media' user/group with uid/gid of 816. I don't think these are compatible with gollums unless you uninstall his then delete the media user and group, or change the uid/gid.
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    raidflex, Nov 13, 2013

    I was able to install your SAB plugin in the Jail I created with Master's plugins. I deleted his SAB plugin first and the uploaded yours into the same jail and this seems to work okay. All users/groups remain the same. SAB was the only plugin I needed to upgrade to 0.7.16 at the moment, both sick and CP will update through the GUI.
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    Joshua Parker Ruehlig, Nov 13, 2013

    awesome, the problem I was foreseeing was that the uids wouldn't match but I guess that isn't a problem.
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    amen, Nov 14, 2013

    hi
    HTPC-Manager dont show any images in couthpotato and xbmc is this bug in htpc manager?
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    raidflex, Nov 14, 2013

    I have the same issue.
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    Joshua Parker Ruehlig, Nov 14, 2013

    I'll take a look tonight. if you can check on other platform that can help isolate if it's an issue I caused or normal
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    Joshua Parker Ruehlig, Nov 14, 2013

    Fixed it, I guess the _imaging library needs libjpeg.so.11 in the library path. I hope there is a way around this in the future. I solved it by using the 'external-links' file, but this can cause problems.

    Version 1.1 of HTPC-Manager should be available shortly.
    Also, this versions include the latest commit which turns on auto-updating for us!
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    amen, Nov 15, 2013

    thank you I will test tonight
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    raidflex, Nov 15, 2013

    The images now do show up. Thanks for the fix.
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    Stones, Nov 16, 2013

    Hey Joshua,

    Is there any reason that Headphones isn't available at the moment?
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    Joshua Parker Ruehlig, Nov 16, 2013

    I wanna make sure I include ffmpeg for transcoding. should have it ready Monday night
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    Stones, Nov 16, 2013

    Makes sense. thanks.
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    raidflex, Nov 16, 2013

    I am trying to get NZBDRONE ported to FreeBSD/Freenas, it is a great alternative to Sickbeard. I posted on the NZBDRONE forums, I know Joshua would have better knowledge of what is needed/required to get this ported. I have linked the post below, if you can help out that would be great. Thanks.

    http://forums.nzbdrone.com/discussion/757/freebsdfreenas-support#Item_1
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    Joshua Parker Ruehlig, Nov 16, 2013

    All of the programs in this thread are python scripts which is why I just group them all together. Looks like NZBDRONE is a mono program; not something I am going to spend my time trying to port.
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    Keith Manns, Nov 17, 2013

    I see there is a linux install for Serviio 1.3.1, but the only thing I've seen for Freenas is 1.1. Is it possible to port the latest update with the capability to auto update?
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    Joshua Parker Ruehlig, Nov 17, 2013

    I could look into it. but I would post it along with my future pbi of subsonic because they are both java programs. this also isn't a priority for me because it's something I don't use.

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