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special url for client sync ? (liferea sync doesn't work)

Posted: 22 Feb 2015, 02:32
by bach
Hello,

i'm using TTRss (part of yunohost) since a year now and it's awesome, thanks for that :)
i'm using ttr mainly from client on android, and today i decided to find a client on my linux (manjaro) laptop.
I found liferea which seams to be nice, but i can't get it work with my ttr server,
i have this error message

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** (liferea:27223): WARNING **: TinyTinyRSS login failed: error 'Invalid JSON returned on login!'!

am i missing some setting on my ttr server or do you think it's a liferea bug ?

bests

Re: liferea sync don't work

Posted: 22 Feb 2015, 10:12
by fox
a perfect storm of idiocy

- asks about an unrelated program
- uses hosted something idk what it is
- all in support of course because lol reading the rules

Re: liferea sync don't work

Posted: 22 Feb 2015, 11:24
by sleeper_service
fox wrote:a perfect storm of idiocy
...s
- all in support of course because lol reading the rules


I left it in there for the lols.

Re: liferea sync don't work

Posted: 22 Feb 2015, 13:38
by bach
did you notice my probleme has to sides, a client and ... ttrss, and my question was about ttrss ?
am i missing some setting on my ttrss server or do you think it's a liferea bug ?

my real untold question was : "is there a special url in ttrss for client sync ?"
but obviously your work is so perfect that my problem can't come from here!
am i stupid ? ho yes of course ! but i'm so stupid that i can't see it, of course.
sorry to bother you, keep loling guys i'm realy glad to be your cat ;)
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Re: special url for client sync ? (liferea sync doesn't work

Posted: 23 Feb 2015, 10:43
by bastage
I've already subscribed to this topic since it looks like it's going to be a (fun) train wreck but what's wrong with just using the tt-rss web interface instead of some 3rd party (apparently busted) client ..?

Re: special url for client sync ? (liferea sync doesn't work

Posted: 23 Feb 2015, 12:48
by pahles
bastage wrote:I've already subscribed to this topic since it looks like it's going to be a (fun) train wreck but what's wrong with just using the tt-rss web interface instead of some 3rd party (apparently busted) client ..?


My thoughts exactly. :roll: