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Support / Need to run update_binaries Otherwise the group is dead error
« Last post by pdupreez on 2018-09-29, 09:32:23 AM »
I have been getting an error "Error: You need to run update_binaries on a.b.ebook. Otherwise the group is dead, you must disable it."

I have (previously) already run the update_binaries against the newsgroup, but get nothing
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bash-4.4# php update_binaries.php alt.binaries.ebook
Updating group: alt.binaries.ebook
Processing alt.binaries.ebook

Searching for an approximate article number for group alt.binaries.ebook 1 days back.
----------------------+-++
Found article #32265952 which has a date of Fri, 28 Sep 2018 11:52:25 -0500, vs wanted date of Fri, 28 Sep 2018 11:29:05 -0500. Difference from goal is -0 days.
No new articles for alt.binaries.ebook (first 32,265,952, last 32,265,952, grouplast 0, total 0)
Server oldest: 319 Server newest: 32,265,956 Local newest: 0

I have reset the group, and purged it, but it doesn't show up as being read in my group settings


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Support / Re: Where do you need to signup for the Amazon API?
« Last post by jeremyrem on 2018-09-27, 06:48:03 PM »
Its s huge pain in the butt.

You need to sign up for an associates account.

Supply a website that is fully functioning (no dead links/furnished pages)

Make a sale within 6 months using your associate tag, after your first sale they will start the review process.

Review process is when someone goes and reviews your website and then either passes or fails you.

After that is done (can take a week after your first sale for the review to happen) you can generate some keys.

NOTE I am SOL, as I was kicked out several times a few years ago because apparently B2B sales are against the TOS so if you are a consultant dont bother.
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Regex / feel a little stupid
« Last post by jeremyrem on 2018-09-16, 05:31:13 PM »
I personally have to write a lot of regex a few times a week depending on what I am up too at work, and when I finally got around to attempting to write some for nZEDb, I spent maybe an hours trying to figure out why it wouldn't work on the testing page (never did get it to do anything but they work).

Long story short, I kept switching between a 2 testers, the mysqld cli, testing page, and one of my web scrappers I finally figured out that I wrote it for javascript not for pcre.

Feel pretty stupid now, even though for some reason the Release Naming Regex Test is not working for me (admin/release_naming_regexes-test.php?action=add).

Just glad I got it figured out, only if there was a way to add multiple different groups I would be really happy.
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Guides / Re: HowTO: Install nZEDb on Ubuntu 16.0.4
« Last post by pdupreez on 2018-09-15, 09:41:58 AM »
Actually, the whole sequence in some areas are messed up. In step 9, you will use curl but later will be asked to install it. Same with the php7.0 installation, which was done earlier in the installation. Something is wrong here......
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Guides / Re: HowTO: Install nZEDb on Ubuntu 16.0.4
« Last post by pdupreez on 2018-09-15, 08:47:17 AM »
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/var/log$ mysql_tzinfo_to_sql /usr/share/zoneinfo | mysql -u root mysql -p

doesn't work anymore. You have to use sudo on mysql now

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/var/log$ mysql_tzinfo_to_sql /usr/share/zoneinfo | sudo mysql -u root mysql
also

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sudo apt-get –f install doesn't work if you copy & paste the code above, as the - is actually – which is not the same of course
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General Talk / Re: Hey everyone
« Last post by Darius on 2018-09-13, 02:46:54 AM »
Welcome to the nZEDb forums. We hope you will have a nice experience with both the indexing and forum.
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General Talk / Hey everyone
« Last post by jeremyrem on 2018-09-12, 11:08:08 AM »
Just wanted to introduce myself.

Been running my own server for years now, and just got back into usenet maybe 6-7 months ago (using the free indexers and 1 paid).

Anyways, got sick of everyone one wanting money to look at subpar indexers (only few categories I am interested in games are a big one) and finally decided to roll my own, hence how I found this place.

Long story short, have been using nzedb for maybe the past week pretty successfully, still have a lot of stuff to fix on my end (a lot of titles don't rename that well, among a few other issues) that I am working on, but overall I am very happy with the software and the community.

Thanks for accepting my application for the forums and look forward to learning more
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Announcements / Release 0.8.10.0 2018-09-03
« Last post by Wally73 on 2018-09-06, 10:43:05 PM »
0.8.10.0 2018-09-03
Added:
   * Support for PHP 7.2

    ***NOTE*** You *must* run `composer install` manually as the lithium framework version has
    changed and your current one will not have some of the new stuff that this update requires.

     Also, there is currently no version of the php-yenc extension for PHP 7.2. I'm in the process
    of rewriting it in C/C++, but I do not expect this to be quick, as my spare time is very short
    currently.
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Support / Re: PRE's that do not appear in the regular PREDB
« Last post by sinistra on 2018-08-12, 12:24:57 AM »
12 hours is not that long on the weekend. People have things to do other than watch chat all day :-)

You may be misunderstanding the purpose of the PReDb table. It is not to list every scene release, but to allow decoding of hashed releases.

On the other hand, if you understand that, then that site is either listing releases from private sources OR they are simply listing every release they hear of regardless of if they can find it on usenet.

That site appears to be a tool for finding if a release exists, it does nothing to help you find it.

Hey Archer, i fully understand people have other things to do, like myself ;-) and since i needed to leave my station i copied the question onto the forum.

I know how PReDb works, the things i was looking for is this:

There are some indexer's which have certain releases listed that aren't picked up by nZEDb.

These releases can be found on a few indexers posted by nEwZ[NZB] <pr3d@NET.world> , my install isn't picking these up, altough i have tried indexing the entire listing of a.b.newznzb.* groups, no luck.

Example:

Name:   I.Am.Paul.Walker.2018.WEB.x264-TBS
Group:   a.b.newznzb.mike
Category:   Movies > HD
Size:   646.10 MB (100%)
Grabs:   0 times
Files:   3 files
Password:    None
Poster:   nEwZ[NZB] <pr3d@NET.world>
Posted:   Aug 12, 2018 (Today)
Added:   Aug 12, 2018 (Today)

Name:   VA - Lloret 2018 (EDM Party)-(BLV5513966)-WEB-2018-ZzZz
Group:   a.b.newznzb.lima
Category:   Audio > MP3
Size:   248.88 MB (100%)
Grabs:   0 times
Files:   32 files
Password:    None
Poster:   nEwZ[NZB] <pr3d@NET.world>
Posted:   Aug 12, 2018 (Today)
Added:   Aug 12, 2018 (Today)

Where do these come from? which Pre source?
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Support / Re: PRE's that do not appear in the regular PREDB
« Last post by archer on 2018-08-11, 02:07:52 PM »
12 hours is not that long on the weekend. People have things to do other than watch chat all day :-)

You may be misunderstanding the purpose of the PReDb table. It is not to list every scene release, but to allow decoding of hashed releases.

On the other hand, if you understand that, then that site is either listing releases from private sources OR they are simply listing every release they hear of regardless of if they can find it on usenet.

That site appears to be a tool for finding if a release exists, it does nothing to help you find it.
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