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Re: MYLAR! A "Sickbeard for Comics". Clicky here! 4 years 5 months ago #33424

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Someone has been posting files that my AV app has identified as a virus to nzbx. I tried setting a minimum file size to counteract this though it doesn't appear to work for anything already identified. As the files were posted to the "TV > Other" category, I think a search category restriction would be a nice feature to help weed out erroneous and possibly dangerous files.
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Re: MYLAR! A "Sickbeard for Comics". Clicky here! 4 years 5 months ago #33425

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You sure it's a virus and not a false positive?
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Re: MYLAR! A "Sickbeard for Comics". Clicky here! 4 years 5 months ago #33433

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All the files posted are 1.56mb in size on the site and for some reason were extracted out to .exe files of only a few hundred kb instead of a .cbr or .cbz of several mbs. They could just be malformed but regardless of any potential malicious content they obviously aren't the files we are looking for.
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Re: MYLAR! A "Sickbeard for Comics". Clicky here! 4 years 4 months ago #33453

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Mylar already limits nzbx searches to just comic books, no other categories are used in searching.

However, are you sure it's not coming from the Experimental Search option?
If you have it enabled I would guess it's coming from there since it's raw searches. The minimium/maximum size options are available and working for the Experimental search option as well as a way to help counteract these types of problems :)
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Re: MYLAR! A "Sickbeard for Comics". Clicky here! 4 years 4 months ago #33454

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Anyone got Mylar running on the Raspberry Pi?
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Re: MYLAR! A "Sickbeard for Comics". Clicky here! 4 years 4 months ago #33738

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Someone had - I remember seeing a question that was posed and he had mentioned it was running on a the Pi. And I'm like SOMNABIATCH!!! I want one :)

There shouldn't be anything stopping Mylar from running on the Pi provided that the correct version of Python is installed. Aside from that, everything I've read would indicate (and as the indiviaul whom I can't remember indicated as well) it's a go-go-gadget!
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Re: MYLAR! A "Sickbeard for Comics". Clicky here! 4 years 4 months ago #33752

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From the official sites' FAQ:
Does it have an official programming language?
By default, we’ll be supporting Python as the educational language.
Any language which will compile for ARMv6 can be used with the Raspberry Pi, though; so you’re not limited to using Python.

Will it run <insert name of program here>?
In general, you need to look to see whether the program you want can be compiled for the ARMv6 architecture. In most cases the answer will be yes. Specific programs are discussed on our forum, so you might want to look there for an answer.

So like Evil said, shouldn't be any reason it wouldn't run.
I'm actually looking into getting one, hopefully in the next few weeks I'll have the extra cash to do so!
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Re: MYLAR! A "Sickbeard for Comics". Clicky here! 4 years 4 months ago #33756

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Well mine died after six months, so I returned it under warranty, not only did they send me a new 512 model... they sent me another one (512) AND a case. now what to do with the 2nd one?
BTW DONT try installing Spotipi (Shit Pi killer)

Steve
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Re: MYLAR! A "Sickbeard for Comics". Clicky here! 4 years 4 months ago #33759

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*New charity named "Pi's for Wojo" is now accepting donations of STSteve's second RaspberryPi*

:laugh: On a more serious note, if you happen to test out mylar on it, let us know how it goes.

Unrelated to RaspberryPi:
I haven't gotten mylar set up yet on my pc, but that's just because I only recently started using UN and only bought a small block of data to start out with (which has been working out great so far). If anyone has any tips and could pm me it would greatly appreciated.
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Re: MYLAR! A "Sickbeard for Comics". Clicky here! 4 years 4 months ago #33763

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wojosama wrote:
Unrelated to RaspberryPi:
I haven't gotten mylar set up yet on my pc, but that's just because I only recently started using UN and only bought a small block of data to start out with (which has been working out great so far). If anyone has any tips and could pm me it would greatly appreciated.
This link contains basic info for beginners. If you have any additional questions just PM me.
“Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.”
Dr. Seuss
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