That's somewhat inconvenient though, can't we install the license globally on linux? My filebot is initiated by the debian-transmission user after Transmission completes the torrent, but it won't run for the reason above. I guess I could mess around with setting a shell for that user (currently /bin/false) and install it that way, but it seems kind of "hacky".rednoah wrote: ↑02 Jul 2018, 09:56FileBot Node is running filebot as admin user. If you run filebot --license *.psm then the license will be installed for your current user, so make sure you're logged in as admin user, and not root, or any other custom user.
You can use this command to see which user folder is configured as application data folder:
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filebot -script fn:sysenv | grep application.dir
Or should I install filebot node just to install the license file?