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by sleeper_service
17 Apr 2013, 21:27
Forum: Support
Topic: update_daemon2.php crash after latest "git pull"
Replies: 13
Views: 4792

Re: update_daemon2.php crash after latest

fox wrote:update the database


is there a way to update the db via command line?

I'm thinking about a script to stop the update daemon, do a git pull, then update the db and start the update daemon back up.
by sleeper_service
10 Apr 2013, 21:19
Forum: Feature requests
Topic: Android app ideas (with partial implementations)
Replies: 58
Views: 14271

Re: Android app ideas (with partial implementations)

One of the things I like best about TT-RSS is that fox does take useful suggestions and implement them, but doesn't take every single suggestion that people blurt out. Sometimes using new software means learning a new workflow. If TT-RSS doesn't work for you, there are plenty of other options. here...
by sleeper_service
10 Apr 2013, 21:00
Forum: Feature requests
Topic: Android app ideas (with partial implementations)
Replies: 58
Views: 14271

Re: Android app ideas (with partial implementations)

fox wrote:Imagine if google reader poked them in the eye each time they opened an article. They'd be demanding for me to implement it in tt-rss.


Fox, *whine*, I miss my eyepokes... the scabs are starting to heal, what'm I to do now that I'm using your pokeless tt-rss?
by sleeper_service
09 Apr 2013, 21:21
Forum: Support
Topic: failed upgrade: Could not run tar executable (RC=127)
Replies: 4
Views: 1675

Re: failed upgrade: Could not run tar executable (RC=127)

I am trying to upgrade from a perfectly working 1.7.5 to 1.7.8. I get this: Ready to update. Work directory: /home/blah/blah/ttrss Checking for tar... Could not run tar executable (RC=127). In the command line on the server, I can run and use 'tar' without any problem. yes, but can the web server u...
by sleeper_service
07 Apr 2013, 23:21
Forum: Support
Topic: Best Practice for Speed?
Replies: 24
Views: 11714

Re: Best Practice for Speed?

Personally I run tt-rss on an entry level DL160G6 w/ E5620. Works quite well. >I'm sure if you throw a few billion dollars worth of servers into the back end of your tt-rss installation, it'll be just as fast as google. No you see it's the unnecessarily complex SQL that is the problem. I'm sure the...
by sleeper_service
07 Apr 2013, 22:20
Forum: Support
Topic: Best Practice for Speed?
Replies: 24
Views: 11714

Re: Best Practice for Speed?

I was referring to regular day-to-day usage, not limited to initial setup. For instance, when switching between categories/folders, there's a latency of approximately 5 seconds. In Google Reader there was next to nothing. /Jacob I'm sure if you throw a few billion dollars worth of servers into the ...
by sleeper_service
06 Apr 2013, 00:17
Forum: Support
Topic: This XML document is invalid, likely due to invalid (*5)
Replies: 14
Views: 10841

Re: This XML document is invalid, likely due to invalid (*5)

Some sites also just produce invalid XML (unquoted characters like & > <, control characters and non-ASCII characters, unescaped spaces in URLs, etc). Someone on another thread came up with a way to run every fetched feed through xmllint, but I'd already made a feed cleaner proxy in perl, tiny ...
by sleeper_service
04 Apr 2013, 23:02
Forum: Support
Topic: Sort by Title removed
Replies: 11
Views: 2155

Re: Sort by Title removed

Yeah, that's exactly the behavior that made Google-services users disappointed in Google developers – removing services and options they "didn't think anyone used"... a large influx of greader people keep yammering at Fox to "be more like google", and here you are saying he's do...
by sleeper_service
04 Apr 2013, 21:35
Forum: Feature requests
Topic: Behavior change for Automatically mark articles as read
Replies: 36
Views: 10875

Re: Behavior change for Automatically mark articles as read

fox wrote:I stole the entirety of it from Twitter. Little known fact.


you gnomes is trixie little devils, isn't you?
by sleeper_service
03 Apr 2013, 04:01
Forum: Support
Topic: UpdatingFeeds with Cron
Replies: 9
Views: 2936

Re: UpdatingFeeds with Cron

Also stop using the fucking cgi binary as specifically stated in the wiki page you claimed to have read. Sorry, I'm very biginner. I can't see the html header. You are the Master. :wink: However, this method work... :roll: from the wiki page: Do not try to run cronjobs with a PHP CGI binary, it's n...
by sleeper_service
02 Apr 2013, 22:31
Forum: Comedy bistro
Topic: ttrss logo
Replies: 9
Views: 5570

Re: ttrss logo

fox wrote:No you see that's because the "image" or whatever you may call it is too small. Now let's enlarge it and

Image


it looks much more vivid when enlarged, I think it's the sparklies ;)
by sleeper_service
01 Apr 2013, 21:49
Forum: Feature requests
Topic: Next, Previous, Refresh Buttons
Replies: 6
Views: 2935

Re: Next, Previous, Refresh Buttons

idoxlr8 wrote:How awesome is fox...
Thanks for all the hard work and great app...


pretty awesone.
by sleeper_service
31 Mar 2013, 07:48
Forum: Comedy bistro
Topic: [SOLVED] Publish vs. update date when sorting by feed date
Replies: 41
Views: 26160

Re: [SOLVED] Publish vs. update date when sorting by feed da

Let_Me_Be wrote:
ebell451 wrote:It isn't about ego's.


Oh but it is.


yes, yours

go back and read how you ignored everything fox said, and be ashamed at your childishness and name calling.
by sleeper_service
30 Mar 2013, 23:55
Forum: Comedy bistro
Topic: [SOLVED] Publish vs. update date when sorting by feed date
Replies: 41
Views: 26160

Re: Publish vs. update date when sorting by feed date

Nonono I got it! Make the "Make it like Google Reader" installation option. If the user checks it, the only thing UI has is "this service is discontinued" in big, friendly letters I've been lurking about for a couple of days, after installing ttrss earlier in the week. but, that...

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