Package Details: sabnzbd 3.0.0-2

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Package Base: sabnzbd
Description: A web-interface based binary newsgrabber with NZB file support
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Keywords: network usenet
Licenses: GPL
Submitter: kvasthval
Maintainer: Revelation60 (fryfrog)
Last Packager: fryfrog
Votes: 261
Popularity: 1.16
First Submitted: 2007-11-09 16:21
Last Updated: 2020-08-04 15:16

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fryfrog commented on 2020-08-01 15:19

The sabnzbd 3.0.0 release is python3, yay! I've also moved the install from /opt to /usr/lib/sabnzbd and /var/lib/sabnzbd. The .install file should move things around as needed, but please post if it doesn't.

farhany commented on 2010-07-02 00:14

Fresh build here, please let me know if there's a problem.

Anonymous comment on 2010-07-01 23:46

I'm always getting
ERROR: Invalid backup entry : /etc/conf.d/sabnzbd
when using this PKGBUILD. I have to remove the backup entries.

Revelation60 commented on 2010-06-28 08:03

wilcoxjay, I used the same patch, but I removed opt/sabnzbd/sabnzbd.ini from backup, since it complained.

Anonymous comment on 2010-06-27 22:13

this straightforward patch to the PKGBUILD brought 0.5.3 in with no problems.

Anonymous comment on 2010-06-06 09:05

Having sabnzbd in my user groups, make me to be able to navigate in the /opt/sabnzbd directory as a user. But it doesn't permit sabnzbd to use my home folders. It's weird that i am the only one wanting to use my home directory...i've found anything on the official website...

Revelation60 commented on 2010-06-05 13:17

Well, it shouldn't make a difference if you use gpasswd. Anyway, if you have sabnzbd as a user for sabznbd, you should add sabnzbd to your usergroup celos. That way sabnzb can access your folder. In theory, but I see it isn't working :(

Anonymous comment on 2010-06-05 12:25

hmm with usermod, i think it should be sudo usermod -aG sabnzbd celos, but i did it with gpasswd: sudo gpasswd -a celos sabnzbd. Still doesn't work ...

Revelation60 commented on 2010-06-05 10:29

I think you are doing the opposite :P Try something like sudo usermod -aG celos sabnzbd.

Anonymous comment on 2010-06-05 10:22

I added the user to the sabnzbd and did'nt work (after restarting the user session), still can't create directories in the home folder.

Revelation60 commented on 2010-06-05 09:56

No, it is the other way around. If you edit that, you have to chmod everything in /opt/sabnzbd. But I see you want to download things to your home folder. I am guessing the group sabnzbd does not have the rights to access that folder. Maybe it's best if you add sabnzbd to your user group?