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jam
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Hi,
found this wonderful piece of software. Unfortunately I get an error. Called with

#!/bin/sh
cd /volume1/homes/wg
mono WebGrab+Plus.exe "($pwd)"

Any help is appreciated.
 
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Florian

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Configuration seems ok.
Maybe give the full path during the call of WG++

mono WebGrab+Plus.exe "/volume1/homes/wg"

 
Check also the mono version installed (mono -v)
What is the distro that is running on that NAS?
 
If this still is not working, could you give another try with the latest beta version? Config file reading has been changed so hopefully this error has been fixed since.
Also check if WG++ sees the config file. Just rename it and check that in the logging an error is seen that the config file is not found, Just to be sure

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Hi Francis,
thank you for the quick reponse.

Mono JIT compiler version 2.11.1 ((no/426188e Wed Apr  9 15:56:09 CST 2014)
Copyright (C) 2002-2012 Novell, Inc, Xamarin Inc and Contributors. www.mono-project.com
        TLS:           normal
        SIGSEGV:       normal
        Notifications: epoll
        Architecture:  armel,vfp
        Disabled:      profiler,debug,logging,soft_debug
        Misc:
        LLVM:          supported, not enabled.
        GC:            Included Boehm (with typed GC and Parallel Mark)

It is a DSM 5.0-4482 (MARVELL Armada 370)
File moved

Exception details: System.IO.FileNotFoundException: Could not find file "/volume1/homes/wg/WebGrab++.config.xml".
File name: '/volume1/homes/wg/WebGrab++.config.xml'

Installed beta

WebGrab+Plus/w MDB & REX Postprocess -- version 1.1.1/53.16 -- Jan van Straaten
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
job started at 0/735348/0001 12:31:27 PM


reading config file: /volume1/homes/wg/WebGrab++.config.xml
loading timezone data
embedded timezones source: WebGrab_Plus.TimezonesData.txt

 

jam
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Any news/ideas/hints?

jam
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Hi,
solved - foundn mono 3.4.0-1 and with that version WebGrab works smiley

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jam wrote:

Hi,
solved - foundn mono 3.4.0-1 and with that version WebGrab works

 
Hi,
Where you found mono 3.4.0-1 for Synology? Can you share? I can find Mono-armada370-2.11.1-0055.spk only and it's not working for me too..

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Thanks! 

Installed, but not working for me. :(

When I run a CPU running at 100%, but nothing else happens.

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jam
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Congratulations! You got it up and running. That's a major milestone :-) Everything else is related to WebGrab configuration stuff. This should be answered by Francis.
Only one hint: Try stripping down to one channel only. This help me figuring out the proper TV source and my configuration.

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Hi jam! Could you describe how you got the (beta) Mono Package on your Synology. I installed the package, but whatever I try, I can not get it working. A little "how to" might be helpfull! Thanx a lot!

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Hi,
as Jam said you should install mono-beta from synocomunity.com
But let's say for me when I type 'mono' it starts the old version, not beta. So I run webgrab+ like this:

cd /volume1/wg/

/usr/local/mono/bin/mono WebGrab+Plus.exe "$(pwd)"

 

It's because mono-beta is installed in /usr/local/mono/bin/mono and I'm not a linux guru to move it :)

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Hey this looks gold for me. I will try this. Mabe this is also a first stepp to get mvc web apps running in my syno. Thanx a lot for your fast hint!

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Trying to run WG++ on my Synology but I cannot take the first hurdle:

I installed mono from the feed of Synology Community.

However when I check with mono -V

I get this:

mono -V
-sh: mono: command not found
 

 

I am lost at the moment.

 

In the package centre, mono is indeicated as installed and activated.

 

Willy

 

 

doglover
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Found it:

/usr/local/mono/bin/mono

 

Is it possible to add this to the installation instruction?

Willy

jam
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Hi, I use a different path where mono is installed: /volume1/@appstore/mono/bin/mono (v3.10.0-4). I just checked and saw at https://synocommunity.com/ v4.6.2.7-8 is available - may be they changes path location in new version.

 

doglover
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That is the version I installed this morning.

BTW:  I got WG++ running on the NAS now

 

Willy

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willy how do u like it?

i been trying to convice myself i need one for awhile and looked at them all and their price.

i recently discovered Thecus has a nice 2 bay that beats qnap and synology price by alot...canadian from my searching anyway.

Thecus N2810Pro

celeron 3160 quad core 4gb ram

just over 400 cdn which is almost half the price of a qnap.

can run latest mono 5.0.0.1(3rd party and ask for 2 euro donation for download any of his apps 2 wks).

so no issues with https sites

can run kodi

i dont know where u r but to me its a steal?

http://www.pc-canada.com/item/N2810PRO.html

 

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I have a Synology DS416j with a Marvell Armada processor Dual core.

As a NAS this performs very well.  If you want to run WG++ on this, it is slow.  Although the machine is on all the time.  So who cares if it takes a bit longer.

Of course if you have a machine with a faster processor, things would go faster.

The DS416j has 4 bays.  At themoment I have 3  - 4 TB discs in them, running on Synolgy RAID.  This is een hybrid RAID system.  It can tolerate a one disk failure without data loss.  I still have room to add a fourth disc to it.  And this does not have to be the same size.  So if I need more space the option is there to add a 8 TB disc.  All drive are Seagate NAS drives.

 

I can recommend the use of a NAS.  Provided you can connect everything (except maybe your laptop and tablet) with a gigabit network.  I find myself storing more and more on the NAS, instead of the internal drive of the PC.  And of course the stuff is then reacheable by every device which has access to your NAS.  Even via the internet if you want it.  (I have not enabled this - because once you enable this, you better have a very good firewall istalled)

 

On Synmology all their apps and plug-ins are free to downmload and install.  You also get updates for the DSM (the NAS software).  The software is Linux based.

 

Of course a NAS is not cheap.

Realize that you still have to buy the drives separately.  Also for the machine you found.

 

 

Willy

 

 

 

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