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Is anyone still maintaining NZBGET?
04-18-2012, 05:22 AM
Post: #16
RE: Is anyone still maintaining NZBGET?
He's active on the NZBget forum. After a long time of just doing bug-fixing for NZBget, it seems he's ready to add some new stuff to the API to help us developers.

I just wish the people at Syabas, would stop shipping that old version of NZBget (0.6) with NMT apps that is so buggy. 0.7 has been around for 1+ years, and Syabas has not even updated something so easy to do.
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04-18-2012, 10:16 AM
Post: #17
RE: Is anyone still maintaining NZBGET?
Hi guys,

nzbget is still maintained. As lordy says I can only help with pure nzbget issues, not with NMT related ones. This is because of two reasons. One - I do not have much free time. Another - I'm not able to test nzbget on NMT devices anymore. Although I still have a C200, it started to have problems updating firmware around 1.5 years ago. Since then I do not use the device anymore and therefore visit this forum very rare.

As noted by jasch there are currently some new features in development.
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04-18-2012, 10:35 AM
Post: #18
RE: Is anyone still maintaining NZBGET?
hugbug, if it's ok with you i will release the packages i have made for both chips sets.

I have been working on a add-on for use with nzbget and as i dont know whats going on behind the scenes and whats in development, i dont want to waste my time doing this if nzbget is going to get something simular built in.

The add-on should allow automatically checking for new nzb's matching TV show and movie watch list entries, download and queue any matching nzb's to categories, download the nzb contents, extract and repair any archives, move wanted files to desired locations and delete any unwanted files. Nzb's from supported sites can also be queued with a single click from local browse and search result pages like NMTDVR used to do. If i can get it working i might stop using sabnzb and go back to using nzbget.

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04-18-2012, 11:30 AM
Post: #19
RE: Is anyone still maintaining NZBGET?
(04-18-2012 10:35 AM)jhmiller Wrote:  hugbug, if it's ok with you i will release the packages i have made for both chips sets.

Of course, it's OK. I'm happy someone maintains the package for NMT.

(04-18-2012 10:35 AM)jhmiller Wrote:  I have been working on a add-on for use with nzbget and as i dont know whats going on behind the scenes and whats in development, i dont want to waste my time doing this if nzbget is going to get something simular built in.

Well, I'm not doing anything behind the scene Smile. All new features added to nzbget after version 0.3 was based on requests from users and were publicly discussed in nzbget forum or here on NMT forum. Currently in development is the ability to queue files using URLs - see topic Push URL to download queue on NZBGet forum.

If you need new features in nzbget, which could help better solve tasks in your add-on, please feel free to ask on nzbget forum.
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04-20-2012, 09:51 AM
Post: #20
RE: Is anyone still maintaining NZBGET?
@JHmiller

I don't suppose you have a latest NZBget package I can test do you? As soon as I install Local (Vaidasyr's program) the WEB UI doesn't work.. I tried to remove lightpdd but that hasn't helped, So I thought it might be worth trying a newer version of NZBget?
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04-20-2012, 02:50 PM
Post: #21
RE: Is anyone still maintaining NZBGET?
Soon Atinkler, ive been making the new webui and con confirm that it does work with local (needs it infact) but not installed lightpdd so dont know if that will cause issues.

I have a working CSI package now for the webui but just need a little more time to tidy up some stuff and sort out basic folder locations(see webui thread if you have any suggestions) also would like to make it default compatable with oversight as most people who use nzbget also use oversight.

What version of nzbget do you need(C/A) as i might pm you a link later today if i get stuck with the webui.

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04-30-2012, 12:20 AM
Post: #22
RE: Is anyone still maintaining NZBGET?
Hmm I don't know what causes it, but now and again, I also have the issue of the webui not working (neither on PC nor the NMT itself as a webservice). It also has been a sign (previously) foreboding a complete hard drive crash. But for now it only seems to effect the webui.
The NZBget I'm using now is 0.7.0-r380, because the 0.8.0 was running when the drive crashed. So just as a precaution I started to use 0.7.0.
Oversight and Sickbeard (and LLink) don't seem to be affected.
NZBget itself was working though, since I saw it downloaded some files.
It is annoying this seems to come back every once in a while, without knowin what causes it. I just hope it won't lead to a crashed drive again...


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05-02-2012, 11:04 AM
Post: #23
RE: Is anyone still maintaining NZBGET?
(04-18-2012 10:35 AM)jhmiller Wrote:  hugbug, if it's ok with you i will release the packages i have made for both chips sets.

When you build your packages do you compile nzbget yourself or use binaries from nzbget download page?

The background of this question is that I'd like to stop providing binaries on nzbget download page if no one needs them. They are built using outdated toolchains and I don't test them anyway.
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05-02-2012, 01:22 PM
Post: #24
RE: Is anyone still maintaining NZBGET?
I can compile for the A/C200+ models, but have not got around to sorting out the A1xx toolchain. Will get somthing sorted if you want to just publish source code each time.

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05-02-2012, 01:50 PM (This post was last modified: 05-02-2012 01:51 PM by lordy.)
Post: #25
RE: Is anyone still maintaining NZBGET?
I think it would be nice for the wiki to have step-by-step documentation to build NMT nzbget binaries from source, including obtaining tool chain etc.
And also nzbget web - detailing all dependencies.

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05-03-2012, 09:23 AM
Post: #26
RE: Is anyone still maintaining NZBGET?
(05-02-2012 01:22 PM)jhmiller Wrote:  Will get somthing sorted if you want to just publish source code each time.

That'll be great.

(05-02-2012 01:50 PM)lordy Wrote:  I think it would be nice for the wiki to have step-by-step documentation to build NMT nzbget binaries from source, including obtaining tool chain etc.
And also nzbget web - detailing all dependencies.

I've just written a general cross compiling nzbget how-to, which is not very detailed but provides some tips.
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05-03-2012, 04:26 PM (This post was last modified: 05-03-2012 04:33 PM by jhmiller.)
Post: #27
RE: Is anyone still maintaining NZBGET?
Just a quick question about compile options, --disable-parcheck --disable-tls

I thought that tls was also ssl so this would disable ssl? or should i use --with-tlslib=openssl

also, i take it as the par checking is handled by another program its not needed by nzbget?

I have started sorting a toolchain (thanks for the guides) for the A1xx's so hope to try and compile the 29/04 version soon as a test run.


Code:
sh-3.00# ./nzbget -v
nzbget version: 0.8.0
sh-3.00# ./nzbget -v
nzbget version: 0.8.0
sh-3.00# /share/Apps/NZBget/bin/nzbget -v
/share/Apps/NZBget/bin/nzbget: /share/Apps/local/lib/libxml2.so.2: no version information available (required by /share/Apps/NZBget/bin/nzbget)
nzbget version: 0.8.0-testing-r406:407

how come my compile does not give an error about libxml, is 29/04 version a final as i dont get a revision number?

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05-04-2012, 08:35 AM
Post: #28
RE: Is anyone still maintaining NZBGET?
(05-03-2012 04:26 PM)jhmiller Wrote:  Just a quick question about compile options, --disable-parcheck --disable-tls

I thought that tls was also ssl so this would disable ssl? or should i use --with-tlslib=openssl

TLS and SSL is the same thing. The older versions of protocol was called SSL, the newer versions are called TLS.

The configure script should detect what TLS lib your have (OpenSSL or GnuTLS). NMT has OpenSSL preinstalled. You can use the option "--with-tlslib=openssl", it doesn't harm.

(05-03-2012 04:26 PM)jhmiller Wrote:  also, i take it as the par checking is handled by another program its not needed by nzbget?

The example post-processing script relies on parcheck integrated into NZBGet. You need to compile NZBGet with parcheck support. Other post-processing scripts may use external par2cmdline-utility (unpack.sh from Oversight as an example).

(05-03-2012 04:26 PM)jhmiller Wrote:  how come my compile does not give an error about libxml?

NMT toolchain already includes libxml2 (nice coincidence Smile).

(05-03-2012 04:26 PM)jhmiller Wrote:  is 29/04 version a final as i dont get a revision number?

Yes, it's the 0.8.0-stable. I guess you compile the stand from svn? For public releases I suggest you to use official stable or testing releases of NZBGet (source code). The latest development version from svn-repository may contain critical bugs and is not recommended for end users.
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05-04-2012, 09:40 AM
Post: #29
RE: Is anyone still maintaining NZBGET?
Thanks hugbug, thought the example was ment for the nmt version as i remember that the nmt version was built with --disable-curses so thought the rest of the example config line was needed.

The 29/04 version was taken as source from soundforge's downloads not the svn, i did a test compile on 1 from the svn (0.9.0) just to see how it would go.

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05-06-2012, 08:20 PM
Post: #30
RE: Is anyone still maintaining NZBGET?
I'm using 0.9 for a few days now (it was provided by jasch here )

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