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Philip Uglow
@uglowp
Whe i use that uy-rl the "Wallabag URL checked" fails
url
kdecherf
@kdecherf:matrix.org
[m]
What's the exact value you entered in the field?
Philip Uglow
@uglowp
app.wallabag.it
kdecherf
@kdecherf:matrix.org
[m]
put https:// at the beginning of the url
Philip Uglow
@uglowp
Didn't work https:// is the default
horotw
@horotw:matrix.org
[m]
Could you provide a screenshot?
Holger
@HolgerAusB
How do I find out, which version of wallabag I am running on my debian? It is nowhere on the Web-UI or i didn't find it.
jurgenhaas
@jurgenhaas:matrix.org
[m]
@HolgerAusB: in the footer there is an "About" link on my instance which gets you to that information
Holger
@HolgerAusB
@jurgenhaas:matrix.org ahhhh. Its kinda hidden. In the German version I didn't notice that these are two links in the footer. I thought "wallabag - ├╝ber" was only one link. So I allwys clicked on the first word and never found the about-page on the second one. Thank you.
The Doctor
@virtadpt
Hi. Is there a way that a search engine could be plugged into Wallabag to replace the default MySQL search bar?
The default search hasn't been very helpful lately, and I'm looking at plugging Manticore Search (https://manticoresearch.com/) in instead.
parisni
@parisni:matrix.interhop.org
[m]
Otherwise Postgres fulltext
kdecherf
@kdecherf:matrix.org
[m]
@virtadpt wallabag uses doctrine orm so adding a new engine implies to be supported by doctrine
The other thing to note is that the search bar is pretty 'stupid' right now, it does not even use mysql or postgresql fulltext functionality
The Doctor
@virtadpt
The engine operates outside of the context of Wallabag.
I suppose a better way to ask my question would be, how difficult would it be (for someone who knows nothing about PHP) to edit the theme or write a plugin for Wallabag that removes the existing search bar, and replaces it with a search bar that sends a query to a REST rail on localhost port whatever and turn the JSON that comes back into Wallabag search results.
That explains one or two things...
kdecherf
@kdecherf:matrix.org
[m]
It's not just a question of theme as you will need to write routine that send actual article content to your search engine for indexing
(and changing the way the front is working as we don't use client-side requests to update pages)
virtadpt @virtadpt nodnods
Garrett Jansen
@jansendotsh
Does anyone happen to know offhand if the available docker container allows connections to PostgreSQL databases with SSL? Having some wonky-ness with it which could likely be my fault.
Dmitriy Bogdanov
@di72nn
Is it possible for multiple articles to have the same creation date (due to bulk import or something like that)?
kdecherf
@kdecherf:matrix.org
[m]
that's not impossible
Dmitriy Bogdanov
@di72nn
I guess I should make my question more specific: is there an import method that under normal circumstances causes many articles (tens, hundreds) to have the same creation date? Occasional duplicates or unusual import data (which explicitly specifies the same creation date for multiple article) are not my concern
rastacalavera
@rastacalavera:matrix.org
[m]
I tried to save an article from https://linuxize.com/post/how-to-change-ssh-port-in-linux/ and in wallabag there is a bunch of cloudflare stuff saying wait. it looks like this
is there documentation on how to get around that?
kdecherf
@kdecherf:matrix.org
[m]
rastacalavera: it's quite difficult to pass over cloudflare captcha, so unfortunately no
rastacalavera
@rastacalavera:matrix.org
[m]
ah that's a bummer. i wanted to archive the page rather than just bookmark it
kdecherf
@kdecherf:matrix.org
[m]
rastacalavera: there are some other ways to archive the page without going through this captcha
For several pages (like for bloomberg that always fails to fetch here) I make a snapshot using a Firefox addon called WebScrapBook
and I have some custom things to insert the captured page in wallabag
rastacalavera: if your wallabag instance is behind your home ISP you may succeed in fetching the page after solving captcha from another device but it's not a bulletproof technique
rastacalavera
@rastacalavera:matrix.org
[m]
there wasn't a captcha when i visited in firefox. just used the wallabag addon
how do you go from webscapbook to wallabag?
kdecherf
@kdecherf:matrix.org
[m]
there's no official way as of today, basically I host the captured page to be accessible from the wallabag instance and I save the url of this hosted page instead of the original page to wallabag
I have some custom modifications on wallabag to extract the real address from the capture (there are some metadata in the resulting html file) and save it as the address of the entry
rastacalavera
@rastacalavera:matrix.org
[m]
like you host it on your own webserver and then save it?
kdecherf
@kdecherf:matrix.org
[m]
yes
(that's really shaky I know)
rastacalavera
@rastacalavera:matrix.org
[m]
oh man that sounds like more effort than i want to do. interesting approach though
kdecherf
@kdecherf:matrix.org
[m]
WebScrapBook supports a webserver as the saving destination so it could be possible to create an endpoint to wallabag to handle webscrapbook saved pages, I may work on it later this year
(and directly save pages to wallabag from the webscrapbook addon)
rastacalavera
@rastacalavera:matrix.org
[m]
i imagine that would be a can of worms for someone who runs it behind a reverse proxy in a docker container like myself
kdecherf
@kdecherf:matrix.org
[m]
well, not necessarily
I maintain my own docker image of wallabag with a system to easily inject patches, I'm working to push it as a possible new official image. With this it could only imply to copy a patch to a folder to add this kind of feature
rastacalavera
@rastacalavera:matrix.org
[m]
oh! multiarch?
kdecherf
@kdecherf:matrix.org
[m]
here is the rewrite: wallabag/docker#256
rastacalavera
@rastacalavera:matrix.org
[m]
I am currently using ikaruswill/wallabag:2.4.2 for the raspberrypi
kdecherf
@kdecherf:matrix.org
[m]
I didn't check for the multiarch part but there's an open issue for that