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    [–] Anyone linked Google Home with Plex...? akshay7394 1 points ago * (lasted edited 6 days ago) in PleX

    Hey! Hijacking this thread since I'm having trouble finding people who are still using Phlex - I just followed the instructions on GitHub, but it doesn't seem to open Phlex even afterwards. It shows me a blank white screen with php data on 192.x.x.xx:80/Phlex. Navigating to just 192.x.x.xx:80 takes me to the default Apache webserver first-run test page .

    Would you happen to know how I could get it working on a raspberry pi?

    Edit: I also tried renaming index.php to index.html to see if that worked, got a half-working page but no more

    [–] Desk with hidden laptop compartment akshay7394 1 points ago in oddlysatisfying

    Disapproving family might still exist around the world though, regardless of legalities :P

    [–] Desk with hidden laptop compartment akshay7394 3 points ago in oddlysatisfying

    Eagle sours overhead

    Well... That's not a great start, haha

    [–] Need help with ensuring correct permissions on Raspberry Pi 3B+ akshay7394 1 points ago in sonarr

    How do I do this? This is what I wanted to but didn't know how to account for dynamic filenames.

    [–] Need help with ensuring correct permissions on Raspberry Pi 3B+ akshay7394 1 points ago in sonarr

    Both Sonarr and deluge are actually in the same group, 'media'. However, they're both also in a separate group, "dietpi", which was a system-created group from the DietPi OS I'm using. So technically they're in the same user group, but when deluge moves the files / folders into my TV folder, the files/folders it moved are with the permissions pertaining to the group "dietpi", whereas the entire folder is owned by the 'media' group (which deluge is a part of). Despite being in the same group, sonarr has trouble seeing deluge's files.

    As a temporary fix, I've resorted to a script that changes the permissions recursively of the entire directory whenever anything is added to the TV directory

    [–] Need help with ensuring correct permissions on Raspberry Pi 3B+ akshay7394 1 points ago in raspberry_pi

    Oh, shit, I feel dumb for not thinking about just doing this on a recurring basis lol. I'll go that route at least until I find a cleaner solution.

    THank you!

    Although, shouldn't there be a way where any file added to a given folder can be set automatically to the same permissions as the other folders in the directory? For eg. I've got them in the same user group ('media'), but deluge is part of more than 1 group and uses the other group aliases to set permissions rather than using the group that the folder belongs to. Which seems strange to me >

    [–] Is it possible to open a Work app (Android for Work) using AutoLaunch or Tasker itself? akshay7394 1 points ago in tasker

    Oops my mistake.

    Still though,it doesn't do anything when I fix it. Here's the output:

    $ am start --user 10 com.zoho.people

    Starting: Intent { act=android.intent.action.MAIN cat=[android.intent.category.LAUNCHER] pkg=com.zoho.people }
    Error: Activity not started, unable to resolve Intent { act=android.intent.action.MAIN cat=[android.intent.category.LAUNCHER] flg=0x10000000 pkg=com.zoho.people }
    

    [–] Is it possible to open a Work app (Android for Work) using AutoLaunch or Tasker itself? akshay7394 1 points ago in tasker

    Okay got it, installed BusyBox - so now when I run the command it says it's started that user. But the app specified doesn't launch ?

    screenshot

    [–] Is it possible to open a Work app (Android for Work) using AutoLaunch or Tasker itself? akshay7394 1 points ago in tasker

    Sorry about that 😅

    Did as you said and ran them in Terminal. The last command errors out, it says

    Unknown option -u
    

    Screenshot

    [–] Is it possible to open a Work app (Android for Work) using AutoLaunch or Tasker itself? akshay7394 1 points ago in tasker

    Hey, so, I gave your method a go -- the task seems to run without errors, but nothing seems to happen afterwards? Am I doing something wrong? Here's a screenshot

    [–] Is it possible to open a Work app (Android for Work) using AutoLaunch or Tasker itself? akshay7394 1 points ago in tasker

    Yesss I'm still interested, thanks a ton! I'll give this a go and see if I can get it to work this way :D

    [–] It's funny, Netflix, but it's really not... akshay7394 2 points ago in Piracy

    Wait what the fuck I'm only just finding out that Season 2 came out

    [–] Bullet-time effect on a budget akshay7394 10 points ago in BeAmazed

    They don't, normally. It's usually done through different camera tech, but this is them doing the same on a low budget

    [–] 5 Best Android Apps for Home Assistant – Remote control your home akshay7394 1 points ago in homeassistant

    huh that's so strange. I wouldn't know, though; if you found that it was port-related, is the solution simply opening that port up or was there no solution provided ?