[FileBot Node] Whoopsies! --action TEST requires a valid license.

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othrayte
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[FileBot Node] Whoopsies! --action TEST requires a valid license.

Post by othrayte »

I'm running the Filebot Node docker container with the intent of testing out how FileBot works and making sure it will work for me before purchasing, however I get a licensing error when using the Dry Run mode, which it then recommends (in the same error) that I use to evaluate it.

Is this correct, is there a different way I'm suppose to use dry run, can I not evaluate using the docker container?

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filebot -script 'fn:amc' /dump/Movies/ --output /media/Movies --action TEST --order Airdate --conflict fail --lang en --def 'ut_label=Movie' 'music=y' 'unsorted=y' 'artwork=y' 'subtitles=eng' 'skipExtract=y' 'excludeList=.excludes' --apply refresh --log all --log-file '/data/filebot/node/filebot.log'

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Run script [fn:amc] at [Sat Oct 09 20:48:21 AEDT 2021]
Parameter: ut_label = Movie
Parameter: music = y
Parameter: unsorted = y
Parameter: artwork = y
Parameter: subtitles = eng
Parameter: skipExtract = y
Parameter: excludeList = .excludes
Argument[0]: /dump/Movies
Use excludes: /media/Movies/.excludes (0)
[Irrelevant line cut]
Please enter your login details by calling `filebot -script fn:configure`
Rename movies using [TheMovieDB]
Whoopsies! --action TEST requires a valid license.
* Consider using --mode interactive
License Error: UNREGISTERED
 ________________________________________________ 
/ Please purchase a FileBot License:             \
\ https://www.filebot.net/purchase.html#docker   /
 ------------------------------------------------ 
      \                             .       .
       \                           / `.   .' " 
        \                  .---.  <    > <    >  .---.
         \                 |    \  \ - ~ ~ - /  /    |
               _____          ..-~             ~-..-~
              |     |   \~~~\.'                    `./~~~/
             ---------   \__/                        \__/
            .'  O    \     /               /       \  " 
           (_____,    `._.'               |         }  \/~~~/
            `----.          /       }     |        /    \__/
                  `-.      |       /      |       /      `. ,~~|
                      ~-.__|      /_ - ~ ^|      /- _      `..-'   
                           |     /        |     /     ~-.     `-. _  _  _
                           |_____|        |_____|         ~ - . _ _ _ _ _>
FileBot requires a valid license. Please run `filebot --license *.psm` to install your FileBot license.
* FileBot is running as [filebot] using [/data/filebot/license.txt]
* Use `sudo -H -u filebot filebot --license *.psm` to run FileBot as a different user
Bad License (>_<)

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[Process error]

🔺 Exit Code: 2

💡 You may evaluate FileBot Node by using [Dry Run] instead of [Execute]
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rednoah
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Re: Whoopsies! --action TEST requires a valid license.

Post by rednoah »

Unfortunately, the filebot command-line tool can only be evaluated on an interactive command-line, i.e. you can SSH into your machine and call filebot and the amc script yourself, but you cannot evaluate filebot via FileBot Node.
:idea: Please read the FAQ and How to Request Help.
othrayte
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Re: Whoopsies! --action TEST requires a valid license.

Post by othrayte »

Ok, fair enough, you might want to change the suggest at the bottom of the log.
You may evaluate FileBot Node by using [Dry Run] instead of [Execute]
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rednoah
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Re: Whoopsies! --action TEST requires a valid license.

Post by rednoah »

1.
Yep, that "help" message doesn't seem to make much sense. Fixed.



2.
If you're manually using the FileBot Node WebUI via docker, then you may prefer to use the FileBot Desktop application via docker instead:
https://github.com/filebot/filebot-docker#filebot-xpra

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:idea: Please read the FAQ and How to Request Help.
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