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by rpgmaker
13 Jun 2018, 13:48
Forum: Windows 10
Topic: No free version anymore?
Replies: 30
Views: 50800

Re: No free version anymore?

The honest thing to do would state that people are free to download a previous version on SF if they want, but if they want newer versions with updated feature and bug fixes, they'll need to buy it. You're just hoping people aren't proactive and won't start doing the research themselves. That would...
by rpgmaker
25 Aug 2016, 11:21
Forum: Synology & QNAP & Embedded Linux
Topic: Installing on a Synology's debian-chroot
Replies: 6
Views: 3220

Re: Installing on a Synology's debian-chroot

rednoah wrote:I just wish Synology would use the new 64-bit ARMv8 chipsets and add 2 GB of memory. Still waiting for a DS device with at least Rasperry Pi 3 specs.
Aren't we all? I don't know why they lag so much in this regard.
by rpgmaker
25 Aug 2016, 04:50
Forum: Synology & QNAP & Embedded Linux
Topic: Installing on a Synology's debian-chroot
Replies: 6
Views: 3220

Re: Installing on a Synology's debian-chroot

DS213J is pretty old, so my guess is 32-bit. ;) Hey! Don't go trash-talking my ds now! ;) I doubted because I'm not used to look for arm packages of things so I didn't know if that was what I needed for the synology but I went with the arm package I mentioned and it worked! Now I can do everything ...
by rpgmaker
25 Aug 2016, 04:07
Forum: Synology & QNAP & Embedded Linux
Topic: Installing on a Synology's debian-chroot
Replies: 6
Views: 3220

Re: Installing on a Synology's debian-chroot

1. The apt-get packages just happen to be notoriously outdated. Just grab the latest Oracle JDK. Download, unpack and add to the $PATH. You don't need to "install" anything. Which version? Linux ARM 32 Hard Float ABI here: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-21331...
by rpgmaker
24 Aug 2016, 17:06
Forum: Synology & QNAP & Embedded Linux
Topic: Installing on a Synology's debian-chroot
Replies: 6
Views: 3220

Installing on a Synology's debian-chroot

Hello everyone, I'm wondering if there is a way of installing filebot in debian-chroot on my synology ds213j DSM 5.2 (arm based). On debian chroot the only java availble is openjdk-7 so the most recent filebot that I'd be able to install would be 4.2 (if filebot can be installed with openjdk at all,...
by rpgmaker
09 Jun 2016, 16:25
Forum: Ubuntu & Linux
Topic: Replace underscores for spaces using CLI
Replies: 5
Views: 2266

Re: Replace underscores for spaces using CLI

Kaffe wrote:As you're on Linux, just use the command "rename" instead.

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rename 's/_/ /g' name/of/directory/Dragonball_z*
I know but the reason why I'm using filebot for this is because the rename util isn't available on my NAS. I can debian-chroot it but I haven't gotten around to it yet.
by rpgmaker
24 May 2016, 12:41
Forum: Ubuntu & Linux
Topic: How to select best match on CLI?
Replies: 2
Views: 2087

Re: How to select best match on CLI?

Using filter "y < 2007" works to select the one I want thanks.
by rpgmaker
23 May 2016, 19:51
Forum: Ubuntu & Linux
Topic: How to select best match on CLI?
Replies: 2
Views: 2087

How to select best match on CLI?

I hope I'm not monopolizing the forums too much :) I'm wondering, how can I choose which match to use when using CLI? In the GUI we can do it but on CLI I haven't been able to do it. I thought that the --q argument could be used to do that (setting the value to one of the matches found) but it doesn...
by rpgmaker
21 May 2016, 22:32
Forum: Ubuntu & Linux
Topic: Replace underscores for spaces using CLI
Replies: 5
Views: 2266

Re: Replace underscores for spaces using CLI

This really ugly hack will do though: filebot -script fn:replace . --action test --def "e=(.*?)_(.*?)" 'r=$1 $2' For these kind of simple rename tasks you can probably find specialized tools or shell scripts. :lol: It's ugly but it works :) Which regex "format" does filebot accepts? I ask because w...
by rpgmaker
21 May 2016, 21:19
Forum: Ubuntu & Linux
Topic: Replace underscores for spaces using CLI
Replies: 5
Views: 2266

Replace underscores for spaces using CLI

I know there is a function to do the reverse but I want to turn underscores into spaces. I've been playing with several commands trying to accomplish this but I'm ready to give up and ask here :) This is the first expression I tried: filebot -script fn:replace --action test --def "e=_" "r= " /path/f...
by rpgmaker
20 May 2016, 16:55
Forum: Synology & QNAP & Embedded Linux
Topic: On CLI how to see "tryout" rename before actually renaming?
Replies: 6
Views: 2837

Re: On CLI how to see "tryout" rename before actually renami

2. If something is not working as well as it should be, feel free to post the logs. What I meant was, to simply have a basic "replace" capability so any ridiculous characters and stuff that throw off filebot could be removed from the filenames. Right now if the scrapper doesn't get the filename (be...
by rpgmaker
20 May 2016, 11:27
Forum: Synology & QNAP & Embedded Linux
Topic: On CLI how to see "tryout" rename before actually renaming?
Replies: 6
Views: 2837

Re: On CLI how to see "tryout" rename before actually renami

rednoah wrote:I think you mean --action test

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--action test
Indeed! But I think that action isn't listed here: http://www.filebot.net/cli.html it should be added. I also think that basic mass renaming should be added to the app, it'd help a lot with screwed up filenames.
by rpgmaker
19 May 2016, 23:38
Forum: Synology & QNAP & Embedded Linux
Topic: On CLI how to see "tryout" rename before actually renaming?
Replies: 6
Views: 2837

On CLI how to see "tryout" rename before actually renaming?

Hello everyone, I'm just trying the CLI now and I'm wondering how can I see the renaming scheme that will be applied before applying it? I reviewed http://www.filebot.net/cli.html but I either missed it or the option wasn't clear enough there. Is there a way to do this? The GUI does this by default ...
by rpgmaker
02 May 2016, 14:09
Forum: Ubuntu & Linux
Topic: Is it possible to add files from SAMBA shares?
Replies: 6
Views: 3465

Re: Is it possible to add files from SAMBA shares?

Alternatively, you could just use the Load/Save buttons to select files from the /run/user/<username>/gvfs folder within FileBot. It seems that if you open filebot before mounting the smb share he doesn't see anything when you go to the /run/user/<username>/gvfs directory. I closed it and opened it...
by rpgmaker
02 May 2016, 03:32
Forum: Ubuntu & Linux
Topic: Is it possible to add files from SAMBA shares?
Replies: 6
Views: 3465

Re: Is it possible to add files from SAMBA shares?

PS: Nautilus may drop smb urls instead of file paths if you open a share via smb url instead of local mount point. I was a little confused with this so I searched and this answer came up: http://askubuntu.com/questions/343205/where-can-i-find-the-mount-point-for-smb-shares-in-13-04/343263#343263 bu...
by rpgmaker
01 May 2016, 20:57
Forum: Ubuntu & Linux
Topic: Is it possible to add files from SAMBA shares?
Replies: 6
Views: 3465

Re: Is it possible to add files from SAMBA shares?

You can't just drop SMB URLs. You need to mount the smb share into the filesystem first. I didn't dropped the smb url, I mounted the filesystem and used nautilus to drag and drop the files. I put the url because in the "how to request help" post it says "Include file paths as text" so I included an...
by rpgmaker
01 May 2016, 17:20
Forum: Ubuntu & Linux
Topic: Is it possible to add files from SAMBA shares?
Replies: 6
Views: 3465

Is it possible to add files from SAMBA shares?

Hi everyone, I installed filebot_4.6.1_amd64.deb but even though I think this is supposed to be able to rename files on samba shares I can't seem to get it to see said files. I have tried everything from drag and dropping them to browsing to the files directly but once I enter the samba share filebo...