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  1. #31
    Hi,

    ok.

    Did you change the port of the lighttpd webserver in /opt/etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf into another port than 8082 ?

    if so, then use this link for in the zussaweb link.

  2. #32
    Hi PinkFloyd,


    Did you start HellaNZB with /opt/bin/startHellaNZB ?
    (and does it giev a message that it is started 'daemonized' ?)

    It does not start on itself after a reboot.
    (still did not manage to do that)

  3. #33
    yes I do start with that command and it tells me its daemonised as my log states but seems it does nothing ...All I noticed was that it moves the nzb file from queue to current but as said it doesnt start the download and it doesnt open the web GUI. I am new to linux so no I did not change any ports in lighttpd.
    Last edited by pinkfloyd; 22-02-2008 at 10:42.

  4. #34
    ok, no worries, we'll get it to work.

    please post your /opt/etc/hellanzb.conf file and /opt/etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf file here,
    (don't forget to foobar your username and password if you use a payserver, or newsserver from your provider)
    I will take a look at them when I get home tonight.

    Also,

    please post the output of the /opt/bin/startHellaNZB command.
    (when you run that command, it has to return to you with a prompt, but some info about hella is written above this prompt, I can't show you the exact statement right now, I'm not at home, but basically hella tells you that it was started Y-enc and daemonized.

    Further,

    I see that you want to open 20 connections to your newsserver , I think this is way to much.. Try to start with 2 connections (my provider allows over 500kbyte/sec per connection, hella downloading and processing, for me results in 600-700 kbyte/sec, so 2 connections is more than enough.). It could be, that when hella is running on 20 connections, the router is far to busy to even process the request for the WebUI, and is not responding for your (connection refused)
    I still think it is downloading, 'cause your logfile says it has parsed your nzb file, and you're telling the file is moved from the queue directory to the current directory. (this basically tells me that hella is running)

    So,
    you could try to decrease the number of connections, and please post your config files here.
    Last edited by raas; 22-02-2008 at 10:59.

  5. #35
    Thanks m8

    Hellanzb conf file:

    #
    # hellanzb.conf - sample hellanzb configuration file
    #
    # To quickly get started, change the default defineServer() call and the
    # Hellanzb.PREFIX_DIR directory
    #
    # This is actually interpreted python code: strings must be surrounded by
    # quotes, numbers and the 'None' keyword should not
    #
    # $Id: hellanzb.conf.sample 1057 2007-03-27 04:13:53Z pjenvey $

    # Log output to this file, set to None (no single quotes) for no logging
    Hellanzb.LOG_FILE = '/mnt/protected/HellaNZB/hellasys.log'

    # Uncomment this line to log DEBUG messages to the specified file
    Hellanzb.DEBUG_MODE = '/var/tmp/hellanzb-debug.log'

    # Automatically roll over both log files when they reach LOG_FILE_MAX_BYTES
    # size
    Hellanzb.LOG_FILE_MAX_BYTES = 1048576

    # Save LOG_FILE_BACKUP_COUNT of those rolled over log files
    Hellanzb.LOG_FILE_BACKUP_COUNT = 10


    # Define server connections. Servers can have multiple hosts, hellanzb will
    # persist the number of connections to each specified server. There may be
    # multiple defineServer lines.

    # Set both the username and password to 'None' (without the quotes) if your
    # usenet server does not require authorization
    defineServer(id = 'ThisIsTheDisplayNameOfTheServerInZussa',
    hosts = [ 'news.astraweb.com:8080' ],
    #hosts = [ 'news.changeme.com', 'morenews.changeme.com:8000' ],

    #username = 'yourusername',
    #password = 'yourpassword',
    username = 'xxxxxx', # use this if newsserver has
    password = 'xxxxxx', # no authentication

    connections = 3,
    antiIdle = 4.5 * 60, # 4 minutes, 30 seconds, 0 to disable
    #bindTo = '204.31.33.7', # connect FROM this ip address
    #enabled = False, # disable this server
    #skipGroupCmd = False, # skip sending nntp GROUP commands
    #fillserver = 0, # defaults to 0 (a main server).
    # fillservers must have values > 0
    # (priority)
    ssl = False
    )

    # Uncomment this line to limit all server connections to the specified KB/s
    # bandwidth
    #Hellanzb.MAX_RATE = 150 # limit to 150kB/s


    # Important locations
    Hellanzb.PREFIX_DIR = '/mnt/protected/HellaNZB/'

    # Where to put queued .nzb files
    Hellanzb.QUEUE_DIR = Hellanzb.PREFIX_DIR + 'nzb/daemon.queue/'

    # Where the fully processed archives go
    Hellanzb.DEST_DIR = Hellanzb.PREFIX_DIR + 'usenet/'

    # The .nzb currently being downloaded is stored here
    Hellanzb.CURRENT_DIR = Hellanzb.PREFIX_DIR + 'nzb/daemon.current/'

    # The archive currently being downloaded is stored here
    Hellanzb.WORKING_DIR = Hellanzb.PREFIX_DIR + 'nzb/daemon.working/'

    # Archives interrupted in the middle of downloading are stored here temporarily
    Hellanzb.POSTPONED_DIR = Hellanzb.PREFIX_DIR + 'nzb/daemon.postponed/'

    # Archives currently being processed. May contains archive directories, or
    # symbolic links to archive directories
    Hellanzb.PROCESSING_DIR = Hellanzb.PREFIX_DIR + 'nzb/daemon.processing/'

    # Temp storage
    Hellanzb.TEMP_DIR = Hellanzb.PREFIX_DIR + 'nzb/daemon.temp/'

    # Filename to store hellanzb state in between CTRL-Cs. The state (includes the
    # order of the queue, and smart par recovery information) is intermittently
    # written out as XML to this file
    Hellanzb.STATE_XML_FILE = Hellanzb.PREFIX_DIR + 'nzb/hellanzbState.xml'


    # _Sub directory within the nzb archive dir_ to move processed files to
    Hellanzb.PROCESSED_SUBDIR = 'processed'

    # Remove the PROCESSED_SUBDIR if the archive was successfully post processed.
    # Warning: The normal Hellanzb.LOG_FILE should be enabled with this option --
    # for a record of what hellanzb deletes
    Hellanzb.DELETE_PROCESSED = True


    # Maximum amount of memory used to cache encoded Article data segments.
    # hellanzb will write article data to disk when this cache is exceeded
    # Available settings:
    # -1: Unlimited size
    # 0: Disable cache (only cache to disk)
    # >0: Limit cache to this size, in bytes, KB, MB, e.g.:
    # 1024 '1024KB' '100MB' '1GB'
    Hellanzb.CACHE_LIMIT = 0


    # Save archives into a sub directory of DEST_DIR named after their newzbin.com
    # category (when queued using the enqueuenewzbin XMLRPC call); e.g. Apps,
    # Movies, Music
    Hellanzb.CATEGORIZE_DEST = True

    # Disable SMART_PAR (download all PAR files)
    Hellanzb.SMART_PAR = False

    # Supply a path to the (un)rar command
    Hellanzb.UNRAR_CMD = '/opt/bin/unrar'

    # Supply a path to the par2 command
    Hellanzb.PAR2_CMD = '/opt/bin/par2'

    # Skip unraring during post processing
    Hellanzb.SKIP_UNRAR = False

    # Supply a path to the optional macbinconv command (for converting MacBinary
    # files)
    #Hellanzb.MACBINCONV_CMD = None

    # hellanzb inherits the umask from the current user's environment (unless it's
    # running in daemon mode). The umask can be forced with this option
    #Hellanzb.UMASK = 0022


    # Supported music types (case insensitive) and optionally their decompression
    # executables
    # and the file type that executable will decompress to (case insensitive). The
    # exes must be in the PATH.
    #
    # <FILE> will be replaced with the name of music file
    # optional <DESTFILE> is <FILE> with the specified extension
    #
    # None means these files don't need to be decompressed
    defineMusicType('wav', None, None)
    defineMusicType('mp3', None, None)
    #defineMusicType('ape', 'mac <FILE> <DESTFILE> -d', 'wav')
    #defineMusicType('flac', 'flac -d -- <FILE>', 'wav')
    #defineMusicType('shn', 'shorten -x < <FILE> > <DESTFILE>', 'wav')

    # Max files we should decompress at the same time
    Hellanzb.MAX_DECOMPRESSION_THREADS = 1


    # Enable Mac OS X Growl notifications
    Hellanzb.GROWL_NOTIFY = False

    # The growl notification server, in the format 'hostname'
    Hellanzb.GROWL_SERVER = 'IP'

    # The growl password
    Hellanzb.GROWL_PASSWORD = 'password'


    # Enable libNotify Daemon notifications
    Hellanzb.LIBNOTIFY_NOTIFY = False


    # Disable ANSI color codes in the main screen (preserves the in place scroller)
    #Hellanzb.DISABLE_COLORS = False

    # Disable ALL ANSI color codes in the main screen (for terminals that don't
    # support ANY ANSI codes
    #Hellanzb.DISABLE_ANSI = False


    # Hostname for the XMLRPC client to connect to. By default, localhost
    Hellanzb.XMLRPC_SERVER = 'localhost'

    # Port number the XML RPC server will listen on, and the client will connect to.
    # Set to 'None' (without the quotes!) for no XML RPC server
    Hellanzb.XMLRPC_PORT = 8760

    # Password for the XML RPC server. You might probably never use this, but the
    # command line XML RPC calls do -- it should definitely be changed from its
    # default value. The XML RPC username is hardcoded as 'hellanzb' -- E.g. URL:
    # http://hellanzb:changeme@localhost:8760
    Hellanzb.XMLRPC_PASSWORD = 'asus'


    # Username/Password to http://www.newzbin.com for automatic NZB downloading
    Hellanzb.NEWZBIN_USERNAME = None
    Hellanzb.NEWZBIN_PASSWORD = None


    # If any of the following file types are missing from the archive and cannot be
    # repaired, continue processing because they're unimportant (case insensitive)
    Hellanzb.NOT_REQUIRED_FILE_TYPES = [ 'log', 'm3u', 'nfo', 'nzb', 'sfv', 'txt' ]

    # Don't get rid of (move into the PROCESSED dir) the following file types when
    # finished post processing (case insensitive)
    #Hellanzb.KEEP_FILE_TYPES = [ 'log', 'm3u', 'nfo', 'nzb', 'sfv', 'txt' ]
    Hellanzb.KEEP_FILE_TYPES = [ 'nfo', 'txt' ]


    # List of alternative file extensions matched as NZB files in the QUEUE_DIR.
    # The 'nzb' file extension is always matched
    #Hellanzb.OTHER_NZB_FILE_TYPES = [ 'xml' ]

    # Support extracting NZBs from ZIP files with this suffix (case insensitive) in
    # QUEUE_DIR. Defaults to '.nzb.zip'. Set to False to disable.
    Hellanzb.NZB_ZIPS = '.nzb.zip'

    # Support extracting NZBs from GZIP files with this suffix (case insensitive)
    # in QUEUE_DIR. Defaults to '.nzb.gz'. Set to False to disable.
    Hellanzb.NZB_GZIPS = '.nzb.gz'

    # Delay enqueueing new, recently modified NZB files added to the QUEUE_DIR until
    # this many seconds have passed since the NZB's last modification time (defaults
    # to 10 seconds)
    Hellanzb.NZBQUEUE_MDELAY = 10

    # Optional external handler script. hellanzb will run this script after post
    # processing an archive, with the following arguments:
    #
    # handler_script type archiveName destDir elapsedTime parMessage
    #
    # type: post processing result, either 'SUCCESS' or 'ERROR'
    # archiveName: name of the archive, e.g. 'Usenet_Post5'
    # destDir: where the archive ended up, e.g. '/ext2/usenet/Usenet_Post5'
    # elapsedTime: a pretty string showing how long post processing took, e.g.
    # '10m 37s'
    # parMessage: optional post processing message. e.g. '(No Pars)'
    #Hellanzb.EXTERNAL_HANDLER_SCRIPT = '~/bin/post_hellanzb.sh'

  6. #36
    lighttpd.conf ( I never touched this one)

    cant post it since its too long and wont fit here....


    [admin@(none) root]$ /opt/bin/startHellaNZB

    hellanzb v0.13 (config = /opt/etc/hellanzb.conf, daemonized, C yenc module)
    [admin@(none) root]$

    and when I do : http://192.168.1.1:8082/protected/zussaweb/
    I get : Fault: Code: 5 Reason 'Connect error: Connection refused (146)'
    Last edited by pinkfloyd; 22-02-2008 at 12:15.

  7. #37
    Hi,

    ok, I think I found it.. in your hellanzb.conf you specify your newsserver by

    'news.astraweb.com:8080'

    change this to

    'news.astraweb.com:119'


    HTH

  8. #38
    uhm but with newsleecher I can connect to port 8080 and astraweb specifies that you can connect to 119 or 8080

    changed port to 119 and still same problem

    2008-02-22 13:07:04,987 [-] Log opened.
    2008-02-22 13:07:05,039 hellanzb v0.13 (config = /opt/etc/hellanzb.conf, daemonized, C yenc module)
    2008-02-22 13:07:05,211 [-] twisted.web.server.Site starting on 8760
    2008-02-22 13:07:05,221 [-] Starting factory <twisted.web.server.Site instance at 0x2b7eabc0>
    2008-02-22 13:07:06,091 Using: Twisted-2.5.0, TwistedWeb-0.7.0
    2008-02-22 13:07:06,101 python: 2.5.1 (r251:54863, Apr 19 2007, 10:31:01)
    2008-02-22 13:07:06,110 [GCC 4.1.1]
    2008-02-22 13:07:06,119 os: Linux-2.4.20 (mips)
    2008-02-22 13:07:06,128 initFillServers: fillserver support disabled
    2008-02-22 13:07:06,164 [-] Starting factory <Hellanzb.NZBLeecher.Protocol.NZBLeecherFactory instance at 0x2b83efa8>
    2008-02-22 13:07:06,175 [-] Starting factory <Hellanzb.NZBLeecher.NZBLeecherUtil.HellaThrottlin gFactory instance at 0x2b8460a8>
    2008-02-22 13:07:06,427 recoverStateFromDisk recovered: RecoveredState: version: 0.13 newzbinCookie keys: []
    downloading: {}
    processing: {}
    queued: {}

    and I have 1 nzb in the queue directory
    Last edited by pinkfloyd; 22-02-2008 at 13:11.

  9. #39
    Hi,

    I wasn't aware that your newsserver also accepts connections from port 8080. 119 is a standard port.


    Like I said, I will take a look at your config file when I get home tonight.

    Side note:
    Hella can only be started once, if you make changes to the config file, you'd better reboot your router and then start hella again with /opt/bin/startHellaNZB


    It could well be that Hella is downloading. You can put nzb-files in the queue, but it will only move one to to the current directory, once it has downloaded that, it will move to process, and the next nzb from the queue is moved to the current directory. This could be a reason why you still have a nzb in your queue

    Also, with the 'top' command you should be able to see if hella is running or not.. If it's downloading you will have 2 hellanzb processes which both take up about 40% of the cpu.



    What you could do to get a better understanding of what's happening here is start Hella in debug mode.
    Open the file which you use to start hella (/opt/bin/startHellaNZB) with a text editor (nano or vi).
    You will see several commands on how to start hella.
    one of them is the following one: (or looks like it, with -d parameter)

    hellanzb.py -D -d /opt/var/log/hellanzb-debug.log

    uncomment this line (remove #) and comment the other line which is starting hella right now.

    after a reboot, start hella with /opt/bin/startHellaNZB and look in the debug-log file which is configured in the command you start hella with for additional information.

    I think it has something to do with the connection to your newsserver 'cause hella is running, otherwise it would not parse the nzb file you put in it..
    Maybe there's a firewall blocking your access.. Are you able to download binaries from the newsserver from a pc?


    I visited a friend of mine yesterday and finally did this headstart install on his router. (after configuring all the ip settings, He has a 10.0.0.x network, and entering a newsserver in hella, hella directly started downloading after it was started)

    HTH

  10. #40
    Hi PinkFloyd,

    I compared the 2 config files.
    besides the server/username/password (duh!) there's 1 thing different.

    you've changed the Hellanzb.XMLRPC_PASSWORD to 'asus' where it was 'changeme' as a standard.

    This could be the problem. (as I recall, I have changed this once, and it was not working.)

    Change Hellanzb.XMLRPC_PASSWORD to
    (you'll find this at 3/4 of the config file.)
    Code:
    Hellanzb.XMLRPC_PASSWORD = 'changeme'
    Reboot, and start HellaNZB again.. See if it works.


    Also, what did the debug-log say?

    As a reference I've include my hellanzb.conf file.
    Code:
    # hellanzb.conf - sample hellanzb configuration file
    #
    
    # To quickly get started, change the default defineServer() call and the
    # Hellanzb.PREFIX_DIR directory
    #
    # This is actually interpreted python code: strings must be surrounded by
    # quotes, numbers and the 'None' keyword should not
    # 
    # $Id: hellanzb.conf.sample 1057 2007-03-27 04:13:53Z pjenvey $
    
    # Log output to this file, set to None (no single quotes) for no logging
    Hellanzb.LOG_FILE = '/mnt/protected/HellaNZB/hellasys.log'
    
    # Uncomment this line to log DEBUG messages to the specified file
    #Hellanzb.DEBUG_MODE = '/var/tmp/hellanzb-debug.log'
    
    # Automatically roll over both log files when they reach LOG_FILE_MAX_BYTES
    # size
    Hellanzb.LOG_FILE_MAX_BYTES = 1048576
    
    # Save LOG_FILE_BACKUP_COUNT of those rolled over log files
    Hellanzb.LOG_FILE_BACKUP_COUNT = 10
    
    
    # Define server connections. Servers can have multiple hosts, hellanzb will
    # persist the number of connections to each specified server. There may be
    # multiple defineServer lines.
    
    # Set both the username and password to 'None' (without the quotes) if your
    # usenet server does not require authorization
    defineServer(id = 'eweka',
                 hosts = [ 'fakenewsreader.eweka.nl:119' ],
                 #hosts = [ 'news.changeme.com', 'morenews.changeme.com:8000' ],
    
                 username = 'fakeusername',
                 password = 'fakepassword',
                 #username = None,           # no auth
                 #password = None,
    
                 connections = 2,
                 antiIdle = 4.5 * 60,        # 4 minutes, 30 seconds, 0 to disable
                 #bindTo = '204.31.33.7',    # connect FROM this ip address
                 #enabled = False,           # disable this server
                 #skipGroupCmd = False,      # skip sending nntp GROUP commands
                 #fillserver = 0,            # defaults to 0 (a main server).
                                             # fillservers must have values > 0
                                             # (priority)
                 ssl = False
                 )
    
    # Uncomment this line to limit all server connections to the specified KB/s
    # bandwidth
    #Hellanzb.MAX_RATE = 150 # limit to 150kB/s
    
    
    # Important locations
    Hellanzb.PREFIX_DIR = '/mnt/protected/HellaNZB/'
    
    # Where to put queued .nzb files
    Hellanzb.QUEUE_DIR = Hellanzb.PREFIX_DIR + 'nzb/daemon.queue/'
    
    # Where the fully processed archives go
    Hellanzb.DEST_DIR = Hellanzb.PREFIX_DIR + 'usenet/'
    
    # The .nzb currently being downloaded is stored here
    Hellanzb.CURRENT_DIR = Hellanzb.PREFIX_DIR + 'nzb/daemon.current/'
    
    # The archive currently being downloaded is stored here
    Hellanzb.WORKING_DIR = Hellanzb.PREFIX_DIR + 'nzb/daemon.working/'
    
    # Archives interrupted in the middle of downloading are stored here temporarily
    Hellanzb.POSTPONED_DIR = Hellanzb.PREFIX_DIR + 'nzb/daemon.postponed/'
    
    # Archives currently being processed. May contains archive directories, or
    # symbolic links to archive directories
    Hellanzb.PROCESSING_DIR = Hellanzb.PREFIX_DIR + 'nzb/daemon.processing/'
    
    # Temp storage
    Hellanzb.TEMP_DIR = Hellanzb.PREFIX_DIR + 'nzb/daemon.temp/'
    
    # Filename to store hellanzb state in between CTRL-Cs. The state (includes the
    # order of the queue, and smart par recovery information) is intermittently
    # written out as XML to this file
    Hellanzb.STATE_XML_FILE = Hellanzb.PREFIX_DIR + 'nzb/hellanzbState.xml'
    
    
    # _Sub directory within the nzb archive dir_ to move processed files to
    Hellanzb.PROCESSED_SUBDIR = 'processed'
    
    # Remove the PROCESSED_SUBDIR if the archive was successfully post processed. 
    # Warning: The normal Hellanzb.LOG_FILE should be enabled with this option --
    # for a record of what hellanzb deletes
    Hellanzb.DELETE_PROCESSED = True
    
    
    # Maximum amount of memory used to cache encoded Article data segments.
    # hellanzb will write article data to disk when this cache is exceeded
    # Available settings:
    # -1: Unlimited size
    #  0: Disable cache (only cache to disk)
    # >0: Limit cache to this size, in bytes, KB, MB, e.g.:
    #     1024 '1024KB' '100MB' '1GB'
    Hellanzb.CACHE_LIMIT = 0
    
    
    # Save archives into a sub directory of DEST_DIR named after their newzbin.com
    # category (when queued using the enqueuenewzbin XMLRPC call); e.g. Apps,
    # Movies, Music
    Hellanzb.CATEGORIZE_DEST = True
    
    # Disable SMART_PAR (download all PAR files)
    Hellanzb.SMART_PAR = False
    
    # Supply a path to the (un)rar command
    Hellanzb.UNRAR_CMD = '/opt/bin/unrar'
    
    # Supply a path to the par2 command
    Hellanzb.PAR2_CMD = '/opt/bin/par2'
    
    # Skip unraring during post processing
    Hellanzb.SKIP_UNRAR = False
    
    # Supply a path to the optional macbinconv command (for converting MacBinary
    # files)
    #Hellanzb.MACBINCONV_CMD = None
    
    # hellanzb inherits the umask from the current user's environment (unless it's
    # running in daemon mode). The umask can be forced with this option
    #Hellanzb.UMASK = 0022
    
    
    # Supported music types (case insensitive) and optionally their decompression
    # executables
    # and the file type that executable will decompress to (case insensitive). The
    # exes must be in the PATH.
    #
    # <FILE> will be replaced with the name of music file
    # optional <DESTFILE> is <FILE> with the specified extension
    #
    # None means these files don't need to be decompressed
    defineMusicType('wav', None, None)
    defineMusicType('mp3', None, None)
    #defineMusicType('ape', 'mac <FILE> <DESTFILE> -d', 'wav')
    #defineMusicType('flac', 'flac -d -- <FILE>', 'wav')
    #defineMusicType('shn', 'shorten -x < <FILE> > <DESTFILE>', 'wav')
    
    # Max files we should decompress at the same time
    Hellanzb.MAX_DECOMPRESSION_THREADS = 1
    
    
    # Enable Mac OS X Growl notifications
    Hellanzb.GROWL_NOTIFY = False
    
    # The growl notification server, in the format 'hostname'
    Hellanzb.GROWL_SERVER = 'IP'
    
    # The growl password
    Hellanzb.GROWL_PASSWORD = 'password'
    
    
    # Enable libNotify Daemon notifications
    Hellanzb.LIBNOTIFY_NOTIFY = False
    
    
    # Disable ANSI color codes in the main screen (preserves the in place scroller)
    #Hellanzb.DISABLE_COLORS = False
    
    # Disable ALL ANSI color codes in the main screen (for terminals that don't
    # support ANY ANSI codes
    #Hellanzb.DISABLE_ANSI = False
    
    
    # Hostname for the XMLRPC client to connect to. By default, localhost
    Hellanzb.XMLRPC_SERVER = 'localhost'
    
    # Port number the XML RPC server will listen on, and the client will connect to.
    # Set to 'None' (without the quotes!) for no XML RPC server
    Hellanzb.XMLRPC_PORT = 8760
    
    # Password for the XML RPC server. You might probably never use this, but the
    # command line XML RPC calls do -- it should definitely be changed from its
    # default value. The XML RPC username is hardcoded as 'hellanzb' -- E.g. URL:
    # http://hellanzb:changeme@localhost:8760
    Hellanzb.XMLRPC_PASSWORD = 'changeme'
    
    
    # Username/Password to http://www.newzbin.com for automatic NZB downloading
    Hellanzb.NEWZBIN_USERNAME = None
    Hellanzb.NEWZBIN_PASSWORD = None
    
    
    # If any of the following file types are missing from the archive and cannot be
    # repaired, continue processing because they're unimportant (case insensitive)
    Hellanzb.NOT_REQUIRED_FILE_TYPES = [ 'log', 'm3u', 'nfo', 'nzb', 'sfv', 'txt' ]
    
    # Don't get rid of (move into the PROCESSED dir) the following file types when
    # finished post processing (case insensitive)
    #Hellanzb.KEEP_FILE_TYPES = [ 'log', 'm3u', 'nfo', 'nzb', 'sfv', 'txt' ]
    Hellanzb.KEEP_FILE_TYPES = [ 'nfo', 'txt' ]
    
    
    # List of alternative file extensions matched as NZB files in the QUEUE_DIR.
    # The 'nzb' file extension is always matched
    #Hellanzb.OTHER_NZB_FILE_TYPES = [ 'xml' ]
    
    # Support extracting NZBs from ZIP files with this suffix (case insensitive) in
    # QUEUE_DIR. Defaults to '.nzb.zip'. Set to False to disable.
    Hellanzb.NZB_ZIPS = '.nzb.zip'
    
    # Support extracting NZBs from GZIP files with this suffix (case insensitive)
    # in QUEUE_DIR. Defaults to '.nzb.gz'. Set to False to disable.
    Hellanzb.NZB_GZIPS = '.nzb.gz'
    
    # Delay enqueueing new, recently modified NZB files added to the QUEUE_DIR until
    # this many seconds have passed since the NZB's last modification time (defaults
    # to 10 seconds)
    Hellanzb.NZBQUEUE_MDELAY = 10
    
    # Optional external handler script. hellanzb will run this script after post
    # processing an archive, with the following arguments:
    #
    # handler_script type archiveName destDir elapsedTime parMessage
    #
    # type: post processing result, either 'SUCCESS' or 'ERROR'
    # archiveName: name of the archive, e.g. 'Usenet_Post5'
    # destDir: where the archive ended up, e.g. '/ext2/usenet/Usenet_Post5'
    # elapsedTime: a pretty string showing how long post processing took, e.g.
    #              '10m 37s'
    # parMessage: optional post processing message. e.g. '(No Pars)'
    #Hellanzb.EXTERNAL_HANDLER_SCRIPT = '~/bin/post_hellanzb.sh'

  11. #41
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    wl 500G possible

    Hi,

    I'm having a WL500G but i see that the config is for a WL 500gP.
    Does a WL500G also work?

    Thnx,

    Stefan

  12. #42
    Quote Originally Posted by stefantriep View Post
    Hi,

    I'm having a WL500G but i see that the config is for a WL 500gP.
    Does a WL500G also work?

    Thnx,

    Stefan
    Hi Stefan,

    I can't confirm it'll work on a WL500G, but I think it'll work.
    The packages which are installed also work on a WL500G.
    The only thing which is different, is that the GP has already it's 32mb internal memory enabled, and the G does not.

    However, if you're currently running an oleg setup on your wl500G then make a backup of /opt and try. (The backup procedure is also included in this tutorial.)

    OTOH.. would be very nice if someone could confirm it running on al WL500G

    If you want, you can try it, I'll try to support you as much as I can (but I don't have a wl500g,so.)

    Good Luck!

  13. #43

    Unhappy problem HELP ME!

    hi to all i've a problem after i've change the language trought aiocp all service like: php mysql aiocp and zussaweb, when i try to open the page, the browser release a blank page with the "500- internal server error message" how i can resolv this problem?? Please help me!!!!

  14. #44
    Hi baraxash,

    Have you tried to reboot your asus?

    and,

    How and where exactly did you change to which language(s)
    (as I was able to add some languages to AIOCP (english & dutch))

  15. #45
    hi raas i've change the language in italian by the control panel of aiocp http://192.168.1.1:8082/AIOCP.
    so i've re extract mnt.tar.gz into my mnt dir and the other page like zussaweb and phpmyadmin are ok now but i can't see the control panel of AIOCP(http://192.168.1.1:8082/AIOCP/public...aiocp_dp=_main) because the browse now release a white page.. and it's the only thing that i can't see... (sorry 4 my english)
    Last edited by baraxash; 09-03-2008 at 14:11.

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