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  #1556342 20-May-2016 16:02
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Auto login works well enough for plexserver

 

http://www.cnet.com/how-to/automatically-log-in-to-your-windows-10-pc/


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  #1559445 25-May-2016 16:16
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I have an oldish i5 laptop running win10 in my garage doing the same thing in my garage, use it for plex/sickrage etc


 
 
 
 




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  #1559449 25-May-2016 16:22
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dpf81:

 

I have an oldish i5 laptop running win10 in my garage doing the same thing in my garage, use it for plex/sickrage etc

 

 

 

 

Sickrage automatically adds torrents for you?


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  #1559454 25-May-2016 16:31
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Sickrage is just a fork of sickbeard but way way better torrent support and much better failed downloads handling.



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  #1559462 25-May-2016 16:45
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chevrolux: Sickrage is just a fork of sickbeard but way way better torrent support and much better failed downloads handling.

 

 

 

Ok interesting, I don't know much about it, I'll have a look.


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  #1559466 25-May-2016 17:03
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CutCutCut:

 

chevrolux: Sickrage is just a fork of sickbeard but way way better torrent support and much better failed downloads handling.

 

 

 

Ok interesting, I don't know much about it, I'll have a look.

 

 

skip SB/SR etc and just go straight to sonarr.. :)

 

 


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  #1559544 25-May-2016 19:00
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Sonarr, Couchpotato, Headphones, Mylar. The last two don't work well but there's no real alternative. All four work much better with a Usenet account and SABNZBD or NZBGet


 
 
 
 




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I have a drive for my photos and a seperate drive with music, and another drive with home videos on it on my desktop. I was hoping to be able to use ondrive to create a cloud copy for me and also to synch to the server. That way I will have had a cloud version of those plus also the version on the server I would have added to the PLEX libraries. So because I have all those things scattered onto different drives, it looks pretty much impossible to do that with onedrive (how annoying onedrive folder has to sit in one place only). Is there a way I can duplicate/mirror those folders onto drives on the server? 


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  #1560833 27-May-2016 15:51
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do you not want to just stream from your plex directly? do you really need to involve onedrive?


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  #1560836 27-May-2016 15:55
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CutCutCut:

I have a drive for my photos and a seperate drive with music, and another drive with home videos on it on my desktop. I was hoping to be able to use ondrive to create a cloud copy for me and also to synch to the server. That way I will have had a cloud version of those plus also the version on the server I would have added to the PLEX libraries. So because I have all those things scattered onto different drives, it looks pretty much impossible to do that with onedrive (how annoying onedrive folder has to sit in one place only). Is there a way I can duplicate/mirror those folders onto drives on the server? 



How about using junctions to put that content into your one drive folder structure?




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  #1560838 27-May-2016 15:56
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dan:

 

do you not want to just stream from your plex directly? do you really need to involve onedrive?

 

 

Yes I do, But I also want to keep a copy of stuff on my desktop locally. I thought Onedrive might be a way to have them in both places.




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richms:
CutCutCut:

 

I have a drive for my photos and a seperate drive with music, and another drive with home videos on it on my desktop. I was hoping to be able to use ondrive to create a cloud copy for me and also to synch to the server. That way I will have had a cloud version of those plus also the version on the server I would have added to the PLEX libraries. So because I have all those things scattered onto different drives, it looks pretty much impossible to do that with onedrive (how annoying onedrive folder has to sit in one place only). Is there a way I can duplicate/mirror those folders onto drives on the server? 

 



How about using junctions to put that content into your one drive folder structure?

 

 

 

I don't know what junctions are, I'll have to investigate.




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  #1560842 27-May-2016 16:09
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CutCutCut:

 

richms:
CutCutCut:

 

I have a drive for my photos and a seperate drive with music, and another drive with home videos on it on my desktop. I was hoping to be able to use ondrive to create a cloud copy for me and also to synch to the server. That way I will have had a cloud version of those plus also the version on the server I would have added to the PLEX libraries. So because I have all those things scattered onto different drives, it looks pretty much impossible to do that with onedrive (how annoying onedrive folder has to sit in one place only). Is there a way I can duplicate/mirror those folders onto drives on the server? 

 



How about using junctions to put that content into your one drive folder structure?

 

 

 

I don't know what junctions are, I'll have to investigate.

 

 

 

 

Ok like this - https://www.slightfuture.com/how-to/sync-groove-and-itunes

 

Looks like that could be a solution.


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