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by anteatersa
03 Jun 2016, 13:43
Forum: Unsupported platforms
Topic: How to keep myself logged in?
Replies: 14
Views: 7636

Re: How to keep myself logged in?

Unfortunately there is no mention of release numbers or dates anywhere in the codebase which makes it a bit difficult for people to even know which version of ttrss they are running on.
by anteatersa
03 Jun 2016, 13:02
Forum: Unsupported platforms
Topic: How to keep myself logged in?
Replies: 14
Views: 7636

Re: How to keep myself logged in?

The problem in my case was indeeed on the server. I am running on Debian so had to edit: /etc/cron.d/php5 to stop the server deleting old php session files every 30 minutes. This may have been fixed in newer versions of ttrss but my version which I installed sometime when Google reader went defunct ...
by anteatersa
27 May 2016, 12:08
Forum: Unsupported platforms
Topic: How to keep myself logged in?
Replies: 14
Views: 7636

Re: How to keep myself logged in?

Very odd, upon closer inspection I can see that my "ttrss_sid" cookie has not changed for a week now ( date or session id ) it is now successfully set for 1 year in the future but for some reason I am still logged out every morning?
by anteatersa
26 May 2016, 16:46
Forum: Unsupported platforms
Topic: How to keep myself logged in?
Replies: 14
Views: 7636

How to keep myself logged in?

How can I keep myself logged into ttrss for a long time e.g. one year. Am tired of logging in every few hours or every morning Things I have tried so far: define('SESSION_COOKIE_LIFETIME', 31536000); define('SESSION_EXPIRE_TIME', 31536000); in settings has no effect. I have set: $session_expire = 31...
by anteatersa
15 Mar 2013, 00:56
Forum: Knowledge Base
Topic: Quick and dirty script to get all your podcasts into an M3U
Replies: 1
Views: 1801

Quick and dirty script to get all your podcasts into an M3U

Hi, I have written a very basic bash script to get all your podcasts into a playlist to be loaded into Winamp or Foobar2k etc: #!/bin/bash cd /var/www/rss/playlists echo "#EXTM3U###newline###" > podcasts.m3u mysql -u tt_rss -pYOUPASSWORD tt_rss --execute="SELECT '#EXTINF:123,',entr.au...

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