Thoradia Add-ons

  • I installed couch potato and sonarr from the official repo but what are the ports for these 2 to access the webui?

    Sonarr is 8989 and CouchPotato is 5050 (according to GitHub)

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    My hardware is a Raspberry Pi 3b

  • Is it possible to transfer my previous couchpotato settings file to the thoradia couchpotato? I am really not in the mood to redo the entire thing.


    I have my old couchpotato.ini file but cant seem to find where I need to copy it to.

  • Is it possible to transfer my previous couchpotato settings file to the thoradia couchpotato? I am really not in the mood to redo the entire thing.


    I have my old couchpotato.ini file but cant seem to find where I need to copy it to.

    the files is here /storage/.kodi/addons/ but I don't know about this, I never did!

    Share if work!

    Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! (inscribed in large friendly letters)

    My hardware is a Raspberry Pi 3b

  • Hello,


    Is possible to login in rutorrent with the user and pass direct to URL like that: http://user:[email protected]:port ?

  • the files is here /storage/.kodi/addons/ but I don't know about this, I never did!

    Share if work!

    themowgs

    I think I wrong. This is the file location /storage/.kodi/userdata/addon_data/ (based on Sonarr location)

    One of this is ^^

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    My hardware is a Raspberry Pi 3b

    Edited once, last by edjalmo ().

  • Is it possible to transfer my previous couchpotato settings file to the thoradia couchpotato? I am really not in the mood to redo the entire thing.


    I have my old couchpotato.ini file but cant seem to find where I need to copy it to.

    couchpotato configuration is at /storage/.kodi/userdata/addon_data/service.couchpotato and is accessible via smb.

    Keep it legal and carry on

  • edjalmo


    Jackett auto-update fails if MemoryMax is too low

    I have set MemoryMax=300M for Jackett to enable auto-update

    If auto-update breaks your system then disable auto-update

    Keep it legal and carry on

  • edjalmo


    Jackett auto-update fails if MemoryMax is too low

    I have set MemoryMax=300M for Jackett to enable auto-update

    If auto-update breaks your system then disable auto-update

    After you said this I check my Jackett, and it are in 0.10.778.0 version (being that the current version is v0.11.8).

    I think it will freeze and I´ll have to disable auto-updates :/

    Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! (inscribed in large friendly letters)

    My hardware is a Raspberry Pi 3b

    Edited once, last by edjalmo ().

  • thoradia

    I remembered something...

    When I was search about set memory limits I found this: Resource control with systemd • /dev/schnouki

    At that time I test but don´t worked, because, I think, the cgroup_enable=memory was not set. Maybe this is a solution for us!

    This consist on set a memory limit for a group of services. I think this way we can set something like MemoryMax=400Mb for Sonarr, Radarr and Jackett.

    I think if we set this, when Jackett have to update it will crash another services (sonarr, radarr) and after this back to normal!

    I don't know if work this way, but maybe it work :)


    I have set MemoryMax=300M for Jackett to enable auto-update

    Perhaps is better test this way now and see the results before try this.

    Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! (inscribed in large friendly letters)

    My hardware is a Raspberry Pi 3b

  • Anyone know what "Linux ARM builds" mean, if anything, for people running these addons on low powered devices like the RPi?


    I know Jackett currently uses Mono, will native Linux builds improve/change anything?

  • Anyone know what "Linux ARM builds" mean, if anything, for people running these addons on low powered devices like the RPi?


    I know Jackett currently uses Mono, will native Linux builds improve/change anything?

    Native, as opposed to Docker

    Jackett was switched from Mono to .Net Core yesterday


    The add-ons run fine on RPi 3

    Keep it legal and carry on

  • I will see what I can do

    Keep it legal and carry on

  • In Milhouse 302 this has been added to openssl: update to 1.1.1b - this may break some addons


    Is it possible to adapt transmisison and the rest of the Thoradia accessories to update for this change ??

    I am rebuilding the add-ons

    Again, Milhouse builds are development builds

    Expect things to break

    Keep it legal and carry on

  • I found that the plugins where actually missing from \\libreelec\Kodi\addons\service.deluge\lib\python2.7\site-packages\deluge-1.3.15-py2.7.egg\deluge\plugins


    Copied them from a backup and they are working again.


    Why were the plugins removed? Must have happened during an update.

    Thank you for the feedback

    Changes in the build system caused the issue

    This will be fixed in when deluge is rebuilt

    Keep it legal and carry on

  • I will see what I can do

    I tried this, but don't work like I thinked. When jackett need more memory, and this makes it exceed the 400Mb of limits.slice, only jackett is reboot, not sonarr or radarr like I thinked (and jackett can't update).

    But, for what I saw, even 300MB isn't enough for update v0.11.15 (released today).

    Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! (inscribed in large friendly letters)

    My hardware is a Raspberry Pi 3b