I use HellaNZB 0.10 and works fine.
Ive installed zussaweb, modified the settings.php and when i go to the page of zussaweb ive got a black screen with a script error :
Error:'document.getElementById(...)' is Null or isnt an object.
Any ideas ?
Can you post your settings.php file (without your passwords)?
Here is my settings.php :
$host = 'localhost'; <- i tried my external ip whitout result :/
$port = 8760;
$user = 'hellanzb';
$passwd = 'MYPASS';
$disk = '/home/ftpuser/ftproot/.finish'; //Destination dir
$download_nzb_path = '/home/ftpuser/ftproot/.queue'; //nzb dir
// Download settings
$download_max_filesize = 3000000;
$downloaded_allowed_types = array(
"text/xml" => ".nzb",
); # these are only a few examples, you can add as many as you like
Note : i use hellaNZB from a remote machine and works very fine.
Another question, does apache needs a special setting to be set ?
Did you check if HellaNZB runs properly?, just to rule out any problems at that spot. (the hellanzb.conf needs some editing as to know where to get the NZB files and where to put extracted download)
the settings.php needs minimal editing, mine looks like this:
[lines denoted with a -> where changed/need changing]
$host = 'localhost';
$port = 8760;
-> $user = 'add-user-here';
-> $passwd = 'add-pw-here';
-> $disk = 'add folder here e.g.: /usenet/downed';
-> $download_nzb_path = 'add folder here e.g.: /usenet/nzb';
Ive finally found the problem, zussaweb dont work on php5, ive installed php4 rpm and it works fine !!
Great program ! Thx a lot !
I doubt if PHP ver 5 is the culprit (opt for a damaged or incomplete install)
I am running Zussaweb op top of PHP version: 5.1.2 (OpenSuSe 10.x), hellanzb is running locally on the same machine.
I wouldn't know what is the problem. Zussaweb works fine for me on php5 default settings from fc6.
The error message that you get is from the java ajax procedure. Apparantly it can't find the 'div' where the information from hella should be loaded into (the right part of the screen is refreshed every few seconds using ajax).
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