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NZBGet is a cross-platform binary newsgrabber for nzb files, written in C . It supports client/server mode, automatic par-check/-repair and web-interface. NZBGet requires low system resources and runs great on routers, NAS-devices and media players. Includes nzbToMedia postprocess scripts.

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Re: Unable to access nzbget website

Postby clinton.hall » Thu Jul 31, 2014 6:13 am

really? you still have
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/usr/local/bin/nzbget: /usr/lib/libcrypto.so.1.0.0: no version information available (required by /usr/local/bin/nzbget)

in the new version?

if you backup the nzbget.conf and then do a complete uninstall/re-install, does a clean install work?
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Re: Unable to access nzbget website

Postby clinton.hall » Thu Jul 31, 2014 6:14 am

actually... check your Download/nzbget/dst directory to see if there is an nzbget.log file... check the last entries in that...
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Re: Unable to access nzbget website

Postby arsvendg » Thu Jul 31, 2014 2:26 pm

Sorry, I was wrong. It's not the same as before, it just looked very similar for me...

This is what it says in the log file in download/nzbget/dst:
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Starting PKG_NAME...
Cloning into '/usr/local/AppCentral/nzbget/nzbget'...
No tags found. Updating master branch...
Already on 'master'
HEAD is now at d917ee0 add 32bit bin
Already up-to-date.
No tags found. Updating master branch...
Already on 'master'
HEAD is now at 4f7e4b3 10.3 to merge.
Already up-to-date.
 Creating Symbolic links for required utils... Done
Starting NZBGget daemon...
nzbget.conf(285): Option "AppendNzbDir" is obsolete, ignored
nzbget.conf(310): Option "MergeNzb" is obsolete, ignored
nzbget.conf(447): Option "ReloadUrlQueue" is obsolete, ignored
nzbget.conf(453): Option "ReloadPostQueue" is obsolete, ignored
nzbget.conf(464): Option "RenameBroken" is obsolete, ignored
nzbget.conf(574): Option "ThreadLimit" is obsolete, ignored
nzbget.conf(745): Option "ProcessLogKind" is obsolete, ignored
nzbget.conf(938): Option "StrictParName" is obsolete, ignored
2014   WARNING   nzbget.conf(574): Option "ThreadLimit" is obsolete, ignored
Thu Jul 31 08:24:42 2014   WARNING   nzbget.conf(745): Option "ProcessLogKind" is obsolete, ignored
Thu Jul 31 08:24:42 2014   WARNING   nzbget.conf(938): Option "StrictParName" is obsolete, ignored
Thu Jul 31 08:24:42 2014   INFO   nzbget 13.0 daemon-mode
Thu Jul 31 08:24:42 2014   INFO   Collection Man.of.the.West.1958.720p.Bluray.X264-BARC0DE.cp(tt1259521) added to history
Thu Jul 31 08:24:42 2014   INFO   Found duplicate Man.of.the.West.1958.720p.Bluray.X264-BARC0DE.cp(tt1259521) for Man.of.the.West.1958.720p.Bluray.X264-BARC0DE.cp(tt1259521)
Thu Jul 31 08:24:42 2014   INFO   Returning collection Man.of.the.West.1958.720p.Bluray.X264-BARC0DE.cp(tt1259521) from history back to queue
Thu Jul 31 08:24:42 2014   WARNING   Could not return Man.of.the.West.1958.720p.Bluray.X264-BARC0DE.cp(tt1259521) back from history to download queue: history item does not have any files left for download
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Re: Unable to access nzbget website

Postby clinton.hall » Fri Aug 01, 2014 9:11 am

Seems to be running ok.

Can you post the paths section from nzbget.conf?
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Re: Unable to access nzbget website

Postby arsvendg » Sat Aug 02, 2014 10:42 pm

Ok, the paths section of nzbget.conf:
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##############################################################################
### PATHS                                                                  ###

# Root directory for all tasks.
#
# On POSIX you can use "~" as alias for home directory (e.g. "~/download").
# On Windows use absolute paths (e.g. "C:\Download").
MainDir=/volume1/Download/NZBGet

# Destination directory for downloaded files.
#
# If you want to distinguish between partially downloaded files and
# completed downloads, use also option <InterDir>.
DestDir=${MainDir}/dst

# Directory to store intermediate files.
#
# If this option is set (not empty) the files are downloaded into
# this directory first. After successful download of nzb-file (possibly
# after par-repair) the files are moved to destination directory
# (option <DestDir>). If download or unpack fail the files remain in
# intermediate directory.
#
# Using of intermediate directory can significantly improve unpack
# performance if you can put intermediate directory (option <InterDir>)
# and destination directory (option <DestDir>) on separate physical
# hard drives.
#
# NOTE: If the option <InterDir> is set to empty value the downloaded
# files are put directly to destination directory (option <DestDir>).
InterDir=${MainDir}/incomplete

# Directory to monitor for incoming nzb-jobs.
#
# Can have subdirectories.
# A nzb-file queued from a subdirectory will be automatically assigned to
# category with the directory-name.
NzbDir=${MainDir}/nzb

# Directory to store download queue.
QueueDir=${MainDir}/queue

# Directory to store temporary files.
TempDir=${MainDir}/tmp

# Directory with web-interface files.
#
# Example: /usr/local/AppCentral/nzbget/nzbget/share/nzbget/webui.
#
# NOTE: To disable web-interface set the option to an empty value.
# This however doesn't disable the built-in web-server completely because
# it is also used to serve JSON-/XML-RPC requests.
WebDir=/usr/local/AppCentral/nzbget/nzbget/share/nzbget/webui

# Directory with post-processing scripts.
#
# NOTE: For information on writing post-processing scripts visit
# http://nzbget.sourceforge.net/Post-processing_scripts.
ScriptDir=/usr/local/AppCentral/nzbget/nzbget/share/nzbget/scripts

# Lock-file for daemon-mode, POSIX only.
#
# If the option is not empty, NZBGet creates the file and writes process-id
# (PID) into it. That info can be used in shell scripts.
LockFile=${MainDir}/nzbget.lock

# Where to store log file, if it needs to be created.
#
# NOTE: See also option <CreateLog>.
LogFile=${DestDir}/nzbget.log

# Configuration file template.
#
# Put the path to the example configuration file which comes with
# NZBGet. Web-interface needs this file to read option descriptions.
#
# Do not put here your actual configuration file (typically stored
# in your home directory or in /etc/nzbget.conf) but instead the unchanged
# example configuration file (installed to
# /usr/local/AppCentral/nzbget/nzbget/share/nzbget/nzbget.conf).
#
# Example: /usr/local/AppCentral/nzbget/nzbget/share/nzbget/nzbget.conf.
ConfigTemplate=/usr/local/AppCentral/nzbget/nzbget/share/nzbget/nzbget.conf

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Re: Unable to access nzbget website

Postby clinton.hall » Sun Aug 03, 2014 6:48 am

ok... check the nzbget.conf again, looking for

ControlPassword=
ControlUsername=

these will tell you what username and password are required to login.
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Re: Unable to access nzbget website

Postby arsvendg » Sun Aug 03, 2014 3:17 pm

The problem is, I don't get any prompt asking for username or password when I try to connect. Chrome just says the webpage is not available.

All other webgui's are working normally, nzbdrone, couchpotato and sabnzbd (since nzbget don't work right now...) are all working.

I just downloaded the latest apk from the other threas, v.20140731. Removed the old version, and installed the new version. Still the webpage is unavailable.
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Re: Unable to access nzbget website

Postby clinton.hall » Sun Aug 03, 2014 8:36 pm

try changing the port in the nzbget.conf.... see if it works when starting on a different port.
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Re: Unable to access nzbget website

Postby arsvendg » Mon Aug 04, 2014 2:16 am

Tried to change the port, still no go. Webpage unavailable.
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Re: Unable to access nzbget website

Postby clinton.hall » Mon Aug 04, 2014 5:15 am

I'm at a loss... Everything appears to be running and no errors are being logged.
I wonder is there is something else installed that conflicts? How to determine what this is I don't know...
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