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Re: [RPM] Fedora package

Post by rednoah » 03 Apr 2020, 08:32

Looks like you didn't install all the dependencies:

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java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com/sun/jna/Platform

What does the console output say when you use the automated install script?
rednoah wrote:
04 Apr 2019, 07:10
The installer/rpm.sh will add the repository and install FileBot for you:

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bash -xu <<< "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/filebot/plugins/master/installer/rpm.sh)"
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Re: [RPM] Fedora package

Post by Idu1p » 03 Apr 2020, 13:27

Thanks for looking at this. I used the repository to install. The repo is available and enabled:

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$ dnf repoinfo filebot
Last metadata expiration check: 0:05:23 ago on Fri 03 Apr 2020 08:27:30 AM EDT.

Repo-id            : filebot
Repo-name          : filebot
Repo-status        : enabled
Repo-revision      : 1584805661
Repo-updated       : Sat 21 Mar 2020 11:47:41 AM EDT
Repo-pkgs          : 1
Repo-available-pkgs: 1
Repo-size          : 25 M
Repo-baseurl       : https://get.filebot.net/rpm/universal-jdk8/noarch
Repo-expire        : 172,800 second(s) (last: Thu 02 Apr 2020 06:33:23 PM EDT)
Repo-filename      : /etc/yum.repos.d/universal-jdk8.repo
Total packages: 1

Previously, the app worked. I have all the listed deps from the script installed:

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$ dnf list installed | grep -E "openjdk|jna|mediainfo|7zip"
java-1.8.0-openjdk.x86_64                         1:1.8.0.242.b08-0.fc31                 @updates
java-1.8.0-openjdk-headless.x86_64                1:1.8.0.242.b08-0.fc31                 @updates
java-1.8.0-openjdk-openjfx.x86_64                 1:1.8.0.242.b08-0.fc31                 @updates
jna.x86_64                                        5.4.0-1.fc31                           @fedora
libmediainfo.x86_64                               19.09-1.fc31                           @fedora
mediainfo.x86_64                                  19.09-1.fc31                           @fedora
p7zip.x86_64                                      16.02-15.fc31                          @fedora
p7zip-plugins.x86_64                              16.02-15.fc31                          @fedora
The symlinks that the %post tries to create are not present, though the jna pacakge is installed:

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$ sudo find /usr/share/ -name *jna.jar*
/usr/share/java/jna.jar
$ sudo find /usr/lib/ -name *jna.jar*
/usr/lib/java/jna/jna.jar
/usr/lib/java/jna.jar
$ sudo find /usr/bin/ -name *filebot*
I do not have the source RPM, but looking at the scripts I think I would suggest moving the symlinks into the %install section, rather than in %post. The additional benefit is that you no longer need the %preun either, because those symlinks are owned by the package. If it's uninstalled, they go with it.

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%install
mkdir -p %{buildroot}/usr/share/filebot
ln -sf /usr/share/filebot/bin/filebot.sh %{buildroot}/usr/bin/filebot
ln -sf /usr/lib/java/jna.jar %{buildroot}/usr/share/filebot/jar/jna.jar

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Re: [RPM] Fedora package

Post by rednoah » 03 Apr 2020, 13:34

I'm no expert on RPM packaging so I'll update the spec file according to your recommendation:

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Name:           @{package.name}
Version:        @{application.version}
Release:        universal.jdk8
Summary:        @{package.synopsis}
License:        Proprietary

BuildArch:      noarch

Recommends:     java-1.8.0-openjdk
Recommends:     java-1.8.0-openjdk-openjfx
Requires:       jna
Recommends:     mediainfo
Recommends:     p7zip
Recommends:     p7zip-plugins


%description
@{package.description}


%install
cp -rvf %{src}/usr %{src}/etc %{buildroot}
ln -sf /usr/share/filebot/bin/filebot.sh %{buildroot}/usr/bin/filebot
ln -sf /usr/lib/java/jna.jar %{buildroot}/usr/share/filebot/jar/jna.jar


%files
/*
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Re: [RPM] Fedora package

Post by Idu1p » 03 Apr 2020, 13:45

Would you like to supply the RPM to me to test before deploying? If you supply the SRPM, I can test (and tune as needed) as well. You can build both packages using `rpmbuild -ba` and the source will be placed into SRPMS instead the usual RPM directory.

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Re: [RPM] Fedora package

Post by rednoah » 03 Apr 2020, 13:46

Yes. Build in progress. I'll update when it's done.


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[exec] + ln -sf /usr/share/filebot/bin/filebot.sh /rpm/BUILDROOT/filebot-4.9.1-universal.jdk8.x86_64/usr/bin/filebot
     [exec] ln: failed to create symbolic link '/rpm/BUILDROOT/filebot-4.9.1-universal.jdk8.x86_64/usr/bin/filebot': No such file or directory
     [exec] error: Bad exit status from /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.knnhfj (%install)
     [exec]     Bad exit status from /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.knnhfj (%install)
Can I create dangling symlinks in %install? I don't really have a source package. I only have binaries that I package up in a docker container with the RPM toolchains.


EDIT:

Trying again with this:

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%install
cp -rvf %{src}/usr %{src}/etc %{buildroot}
mkdir -p /usr/share/filebot/bin
ln -sf /usr/share/filebot/bin/filebot.sh %{buildroot}/usr/bin/filebot
mkdir -p /usr/lib/java
touch /usr/lib/java/jna.jar
ln -sf /usr/lib/java/jna.jar %{buildroot}/usr/share/filebot/jar/jna.jar

That seems to work:

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%install
cp -rvf %{src}/usr %{src}/etc %{buildroot}
ln -sf /usr/lib/java/jna.jar %{buildroot}/usr/share/filebot/jar/jna.jar
mkdir -p %{buildroot}/usr/bin && ln -sf /usr/share/filebot/bin/filebot.sh %{buildroot}/usr/bin/filebot
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Re: [RPM] Fedora package

Post by rednoah » 03 Apr 2020, 16:49

Idu1p wrote:
03 Apr 2020, 13:45
Would you like to supply the RPM to me to test before deploying? If you supply the SRPM, I can test (and tune as needed) as well. You can build both packages using `rpmbuild -ba` and the source will be placed into SRPMS instead the usual RPM directory.
I've uploaded a new RPM, please give it a spin:
https://get.filebot.net/filebot/BETA/Fi ... l-jdk8.rpm
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Re: [RPM] Fedora package

Post by Idu1p » 04 Apr 2020, 03:12

Thanks! That looks pretty good. One more question: do you have a %files section with /usr/bin?

Here's where it errors out:

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Error: Transaction test error:
  file /usr/bin from install of filebot-4.9.1-universal.jdk8.noarch conflicts with file from package filesystem-3.12-2.fc31.x86_64
 
If you have the following, you can delete that line, as the directory should already exist.

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%files
/usr/bin

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Re: [RPM] Fedora package

Post by rednoah » 04 Apr 2020, 05:15

I had this:

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%files
/*
Trying this instead:

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%files
/usr/share/*
/etc/*
/usr/bin/*
EDIT: FileBot r7332 has been uploaded. Please give it a try.
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Re: [RPM] Fedora package

Post by Idu1p » 04 Apr 2020, 13:10

I can confirm that the new package installs. Nice work and thanks!

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Re: [RPM] Fedora package

Post by Idu1p » 04 Apr 2020, 13:17

I spoke too soon. The package installs, but now the symlink for filebot is missing. The other symlink, for jna.jar, is still there.

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Re: [RPM] Fedora package

Post by rednoah » 04 Apr 2020, 18:29

Any ideas? RPM makes even easy things difficult. I'll revert things and leave it as it is otherwise, as it seemed to work at least for install if not for upgrade.
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Re: [RPM] Fedora package

Post by Idu1p » 04 Apr 2020, 19:57

Could you post a copy of the RPM SPEC file?

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Re: [RPM] Fedora package

Post by rednoah » 05 Apr 2020, 06:39

FileBot r7342 uses this spec:

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Name:           @{package.name}
Version:        @{application.version}
Release:        universal.jdk8
Summary:        @{package.synopsis}
License:        Proprietary

BuildArch:      noarch

Recommends:     java-1.8.0-openjdk
Recommends:     java-1.8.0-openjdk-openjfx
Requires:       jna
Recommends:     mediainfo
Recommends:     p7zip
Recommends:     p7zip-plugins


%description
@{package.description}


%install
cp -rvf %{src}/usr %{src}/etc %{buildroot}


%files
/*


%post
ln -sf /usr/share/filebot/bin/filebot.sh /usr/bin/filebot
ln -sf /usr/lib/java/jna.jar /usr/share/filebot/jar/jna.jar


%preun
[ $1 -eq 0 ]; then
    rm -f /usr/bin/filebot
    rm -f /usr/share/filebot/jar/jna.jar
fi
:idea: %preun now takes into account that RPM calls %preun on pre-upgrade but not %post on post-upgrade.
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Re: Plex Naming Schemes

Post by nex0r » 08 Apr 2020, 09:31

I'm using {plex.name} which is awesome as it sorts out difficult names like 24 has with colon's etc.

24 - S02E01 - Day 2 - 8.00 A.M. - 9.00 A.M.mkv

Is there a simple way to force the season and episode characters to lower case using {plex.name}?

24 - s02e01 - Day 2 - 8.00 A.M. - 9.00 A.M.mkv

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Re: Plex Naming Schemes

Post by rednoah » 08 Apr 2020, 11:00

nex0r wrote:
08 Apr 2020, 09:31
Is there a simple way to force the season and episode characters to lower case using {plex.name}?

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24 - s02e01 - Day 2 - 8.00 A.M. - 9.00 A.M.mkv
There is a simple way of making everything lower case, including series name and episode title. There is no simple way to make just the S00E00 part lower case. The not-so-simple way would be to write your own custom format instead of relying on {plex} entirely.
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Re: Plex Naming Schemes

Post by nex0r » 08 Apr 2020, 12:14

Ok thanks for the reply. I thought I'd ask before going down the custom format route.

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Re: Plex Naming Schemes

Post by kim » 08 Apr 2020, 14:08

simple ;)

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{plex.name.replaceAll(/S(\d{1,3})E(\d{1,3})/, 's$1e$2')}

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Re: Plex Naming Schemes

Post by hstorey219 » 14 Apr 2020, 10:38

Hi There,
I thought I had this working, but my format is still creating folders inside the main folder.
For example:
Media/Movies/Girls Trip (2017)
Then inside the folder Girls Trip (2017) is the video, but when I run Filebot, it will create this Media/Movies/Girls Trip (2017)/Girls trip (2017)
I just want Filebot to rename the folder and video file into Plex format without creating any folders.

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filebot -script fn:amc "W:Media/" --action move --format {plex.tail} -non-strict --def excludeList=W:/media/amc.txt

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Re: Plex Naming Schemes

Post by rednoah » 14 Apr 2020, 11:46

hstorey219 wrote:
14 Apr 2020, 10:38
when I run Filebot, it will create this Media/Movies/Girls Trip (2017)/Girls trip (2017)
I just want Filebot to rename the folder and video file into Plex format without creating any folders.
That is what {plex.tail} does, i.e. the Plex path without leading Movies / Series folder. You probably mean {plex.name} which refers to the filename part, without path components.


:!: Note that Plex assumes a certain a certain path, and not just file name. If you stray from that path, then all bets or off, and things may or may not work for you.


:!: Note that the amc script is explicitly not designed for renaming files in-place. The official recommendation is to organize files into a new structure.


:!: Leaving --output unspecified is bad practice, since it'll just default to the current working directory, whatever it may be.
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Re: [DEB] Debian package

Post by spetrillo » 22 Apr 2020, 23:38

Stupid question...and maybe I am missing it...but how do we install the license?

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Re: [DEB] Debian package

Post by spetrillo » 22 Apr 2020, 23:40

Second...if I use the script to do the install I am seeing a 32 bit JVM installed. I thought it would install the 64 bit version?

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Re: [DEB] Debian package

Post by rednoah » 23 Apr 2020, 07:23

spetrillo wrote:
22 Apr 2020, 23:38
Stupid question...and maybe I am missing it...but how do we install the license?
License Activation is generally self-explanatory, so don't worry about it until FileBot prompts you with instructions:
https://www.filebot.net/activate.html

spetrillo wrote:
22 Apr 2020, 23:40
Second...if I use the script to do the install I am seeing a 32 bit JVM installed. I thought it would install the 64 bit version?
Logs? Screenshots?

The FileBot package depends on the OpenJDK package, which almost certainly installs the latest 64-bit OpenJDK 11 at this point in time, unless you're running a 32-bit OS.
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Re: MediaInfo Inspector

Post by AbedlaPaille » 15 May 2020, 22:41

What's the best way to work with files lacking mediainfo, for example audio languages?

I was thinking i might be able to modify the mediainfo audio language directly with the mediainfo program you linked, seems i can only visualize it though.

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