Thoradia Add-ons

  • Hi thoradia


    I'm using Coreelec with your addons, however Bazarr v0.8.3.4 can't connect to Radarr v4 anymore. Is there a chance you could update Bazarr to a newer version?


    Thanks man, love your work! :)

  • GitHub shows no commit activity from Thoradia since Jan this year. We have zero contact with him/her/they outside of this forum so we have no way to enquire about future plans. at this point people should assume that this thread (and the repo) is dead.

  • GitHub shows no commit activity from Thoradia since Jan this year. We have zero contact with him/her/they outside of this forum so we have no way to enquire about future plans. at this point people should assume that this thread (and the repo) is dead.

    What is also noticeable on the Thoradia page is that the repo / Mono Tools and VPN addons were removed at some point.

    thoradia (Thoradia Quack) · GitHub

  • All,


    I'm running into a problem with Transmission running on a Raspberry Pi 4 (4GB) with LibreELEC Leia 18.9.0. The error I'm getting is "Unable to save resume file: No space left on device".


    The Pi is connected to an external USB hard drive enclosure that contains a 4TB drive that is my media storage. The drive is split into two partitions; one that contains my media and another that is the Transmission download drive.


    LibreELEC System Info shows that /dev/mmcblk0p2 (mounted at /storage) is full. If I ssh into LibreELEC, df -h returns this:




    A similar question on another forum with the same problem suggested that a temp file might be full and that sounds like the most reasonable explanation, but I'm not sure where to look nor what to do when I find it.


    Currently, according to the web interface all my complete and seeding torrents appear to be fine (no error), but the incomplete torrents are showing the error message.


    I went to Add-Ons and checked to see if there was something in the Transmission configure, but no joy.


    Any help is greatly appreciated!


    Anthony

  • I was able to fix this myself by the fearless use of rm -r ...


    From an unrelated thread, I used the du command (which estimates disc usage) ... the actual command I used was


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    du -cha -d 3  | grep -E "M|G"

    This showed me that two directories affiliated with one of my torrents was completely filling up /storage; deleting those directories did the trick.


    Thanks for your attention!


    Anthony