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nonamethanks
@nonamethanks

Download logs dont show any error, they end like this:

[---INFO---]--2020-Nov-13 20:35:20-: Finished handling item
[---INFO---]--2020-Nov-13 20:35:20-: Successfully imported item
[---INFO---]--2020-Nov-13 20:35:20-: Sending 1 item(s) to metadata queue
[--DEBUG---]--2020-Nov-13 20:35:19-: Item is hinted to be a gallery

Twiddly
@twiddli
hello, try and rebuild the index in the About panel
you could also remove the dump.rdb file found in the data and then restart HPX
if you are running an external Redis instance, restart that too
sevds
@sevds
So I'm finding the program super useful, I also see that I have a ton of manga/doujins that I have to rename and move to more appropriate folders once they get their metadata queried. How do you suggest dealing with a doujin or manga whose file (either a zip or rar) or entire folder has changed?
Should I change it, delete them from Happy Panda X and rescan?
Pakloust
@Pakloust
Anyone has any experience configuring the external reader on linux? For Mcomix I can't find a way to make HappypandaX start it, I've also tried YACReader, which did boot but it crashes as soon as I touch the keyboard for any command.
blastman0
@blastman0
hello, can somebody explain to me how to setup postgresql server ? with sqlite it is very slow, and postgresql is faster, but gives me lots of errors like :
: happypanda.common.exceptions.CommandError: [CommandError|120]: Command(174) has failed with: [HappypandaError|100]: ProgrammingError((psycopg2.errors.SyntaxError) ERREUR: erreur de syntaxe sur ou près de « PRAGMA »
LINE 1: PRAGMA foreign_keys=1;
or

: sqlalchemy.exc.ProgrammingError: (psycopg2.errors.SyntaxError) ERREUR: erreur de syntaxe sur ou près de « PRAGMA »
LINE 1: PRAGMA foreign_keys=1;
^

(Background on this error at: http://sqlalche.me/e/13/f405)

Twiddly
@twiddli
@Pakloust Hello, the external reader works by opening a program with a path to the manga on disk. I took a look at Mcomix's command-line args, and it doesn't look like it supports opening files from the command line?
Pakloust
@Pakloust
On terminal I can do it fine.
The issue with mcomix, I guess, is that it doesn't have an executable, it's terminal run.
I tried to point to my terminal and have it run mcomix with the arguments to no use
Twiddly
@twiddli
What command args are you using?
Pakloust
@Pakloust
I tried /usr/bin/xfce4-terminal + -execute mcomix
The + it's the args line
Twiddly
@twiddli
but that just opens mcomix, right? how do you make it open with a specific file?
Pakloust
@Pakloust
Ah
Just "mcomix ./filepath" is fine
I only need to take care to quote when the path has spaces
I did also try to point it to the mcomix.desktop, with no use
Twiddly
@twiddli
does mcomix accept archive files?
gallery:
    external_image_viewer: mcomix
    send_extracted_archive: false
    send_path_to_first_file: false
try this
Pakloust
@Pakloust
It does accept archived files
I'll try
Also, the happypandax_gui seems to disappear after a while
The process still runs but I can't bring the GUI up, it's not even hidden in the taskbar
Twiddly
@twiddli
Does that happen consistently?
Pakloust
@Pakloust
Yes
Twiddly
@twiddli
I'll try and update the gui library being used for the next version
Pakloust
@Pakloust
And yea, those settings didn't bring up mcomix here
Twiddly
@twiddli
Can you check your logs for any lines like Failed to open gallery with external viewer:
or Alternatively, enable debug, try again, and look for lines like Opening gallery, External viewer: and External args:
Pakloust
@Pakloust
I have debug on yea
Lessee
Oh
the gui died on me
Twiddly
@twiddli
just look for the debug.log file
Pakloust
@Pakloust
Do you need a bigger cut of the log?
Twiddly
@twiddli
So, if you write mcomix "/mnt/Extella/Manga/!Artbooks/!Ashima/(C97) [flourish(Ashima)] DO AS I DO.zip" it will work?
Pakloust
@Pakloust
No
It needs to be ' '
Twiddly
@twiddli
single qoutes? so mcomix '/mnt/Extella/Manga/!Artbooks/!Ashima/(C97) [flourish(Ashima)] DO AS I DO.zip' works?
Pakloust
@Pakloust
Yes
Twiddly
@twiddli
hmm.. that's such a weird requirement, is it mcomix posing this restriction, or your terminal?
Pakloust
@Pakloust
I should've states earlier, but I'm running Manjaro Linux, with XFCE gui
I am using a pt-br locale, so maybe it's my locale
Twiddly
@twiddli
HPX is using the standard library to send the commands, it really has no control over whether it's double or single qoutes being used