I followed this tutorial on my freshly installed suse 12
I don’t seem to be able to go all the way through it, here are the few issues I am running into:
- I am OK until the init.d script. When I launch it sabnzbd opens but is not accessible from within the LAN. It is accessible if I launch it using
so I reckon my firewall is set correctly (?)
- When launching SABnzbd with the init.d script, it doesn’t use the settings previously set when launching by typing
. It seems these two ways of launching have two separate config files.
- My CLI yast has far less options than what you suggest in the tutorial. I had to vi /etc/sysconfig/SuSEfirewall2 to add the port 8080 because there was no such option in the yast configurator. Same goes for the runtime setting, there is no such option in my command line yast. Why is that?
Please advise and thanks for your help,
On 2012-09-25 19:46, ShaolinSatellite wrote:
> Hi all,
> I followed this tutorial on my freshly installed suse 12
There is no such thing as suse 12.
Maybe you refer to openSUSE 12.2?
Please clarify; use the correct terminology, because SUSE 12 refers to SLES 12 which doesn’t
exist yet, a different product.
> 2. When launching SABnzbd with the init.d script, it doesn’t use the
> settings previously set when launching by typing
>> python /home/user/SABnzbd-0.7.3/SABnzbd.py.
> It seems these two ways of launching have two separate config files.
Do not use quotes for including commands here. Use code tags. Advanced editor, #.
Yes, there are normally different settings, system settings or home settings.
Cheers / Saludos,
Carlos E. R.
(from 12.1 x86_64 “Asparagus” at Telcontar)
Sorry, I am using openSUSE 12.2 (Mantis).
Thanks for clarifying how to include commands in posts, I’ll use that next time.
In regards with the settings issue, the tutorial in the init.d section uses parameters
-d -f /home/USERNAME/.sabnzbd/sabnzbd.ini
This didn’t sit well with my setup as it was forcing a different config file that was essentially blank.
So, if anyone is having this problem, try and comment these parameters and see what happens.
I will create a new thread regarding yast for better clarity.