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D-Link Network Storage => ShareCenter® Add-on Applications => Topic started by: Ponch on March 28, 2016, 09:26:52 AM

Title: Ubooquity
Post by: Ponch on March 28, 2016, 09:26:52 AM
Hi !
Thanks for this good software that i find !
But the software is unusable! It does not back up the parameters of configurations and the database, everything is erased in the restart... Furthermore, this one is created by default in the root of the NAS, and the size of the file cannot be too important at the risk of saturating the available space.
Finally, when Ubooquity is installed, I do not reach any more the network reader who rose under Windows...
Has anybody a solution or is it possible to develop a new version of this addon please ?!!...
I tried to install it with fun_plug, but i can't install JAVA, i have the message : java : command not find... I did not find reliable procedure and which works...
Thanks for your help !!
Best Regards.
ponch.
Title: Re: Ubooquity
Post by: Ponch on March 30, 2016, 02:49:57 AM
Nobody to help me? Nobody to raise the challenge and try to make so that it works? Please!!...
Thanks.
Title: Re: Ubooquity
Post by: FurryNutz on March 30, 2016, 06:41:00 AM
You might contact the Mfr of this software and see if there is any information and help regarding this...
http://vaemendis.net/ubooquity/ (http://vaemendis.net/ubooquity/)
Title: Re: Ubooquity
Post by: Ponch on March 31, 2016, 02:12:01 AM
Hi,

Thanks for your reply, but i have already contacted the Mfr, and here is his answer:

Installation directory (where you put Ubooquity.jar) and working directory are not necessarily the same. It depends on where you launch Ubooquity from.
Running any application in a system directory is not a good idea, your working directory should be a user directory you have created somewhere in your own files (not the OS files), and for which the user running Ubooquity has writing permission.
To do that you can either "cd" in your working directory before launching Ubooquity, or use the "-workdir" command line option: it allows you to specify where Ubooquity should create its own files (database, logs, preferences, cache, etc).


Furthermore, he says that it is not him who created the addon for Dlink...
You can find the exchanges to : http://ubooquity.userecho.com/topics/236-ubooquity-dont-save-settings/

Best regards.
Ponch.
Title: Re: Ubooquity
Post by: FurryNutz on March 31, 2016, 06:38:59 AM
Thanks for sharing this information.
Title: Re: Ubooquity
Post by: vtverdohleb on March 31, 2016, 11:38:00 AM
You might contact the Mfr of this software and see if there is any information and help regarding this...

The problem addon, Mfr than can help in this regard?
You require disqualification me to post on this forum, so I try as little as possible to write here. But your advice on the add-ons do not make sense, so I decided to write.
Thank you "Ponch", tooltip "-workdir" helped a bit, although not dramatically. I tested the new version with Ubooquity v1.9.1 - after the Stop/Start and Reboot the content is not lost. The addon will gather on these days, but it will be paid. Work on the popularization of the D-Link free, when I was a negative attitude of the staff and trustees D-Link, I will not.
Title: Re: Ubooquity
Post by: FurryNutz on March 31, 2016, 12:28:58 PM
I'll revert to not replying as your reply doesn't make any sense either and let try to help this thread on track and help the user out.

Thank you.
Title: Re: Ubooquity
Post by: Ponch on April 01, 2016, 06:06:06 AM
Hi everybody !
I thank all those who tried to bring their assistant one way or another, and I am happy that we were able to find a solution!
I hope that it can benefit in the largest number, even if it must be paying (but not ruining!).
It's a pity that the work of vtverdohleb is not encouraged, he cannot only be one any more with regard to the competition, by bringing more services to our favorite NAS! I look forward to the new version of the addon ubooquity!
Best regards.
Title: Re: Ubooquity
Post by: FurryNutz on April 01, 2016, 12:43:31 PM
Only wish is to help out and get any and all information and resources to users so that they can come to a quick solution. Not here to discourage any help or information. Any and all information is helpful to users so that they can get any an all information on had to effect the outcome and get problems solved is all. All information should be put forth so users have all the tools to work with.  ;)

Good Luck.
Title: Re: Ubooquity
Post by: UbTom on April 01, 2016, 11:58:37 PM
even if it must be paying (but not ruining!).

Don't worry, there can't be a paid Ubooquity addon, the license of Ubooquity does not allow it.
So it will always be free as long as it exists.
Title: Re: Ubooquity
Post by: FurryNutz on April 03, 2016, 06:57:41 AM
Thanks for the additional information.

Title: Re: Ubooquity
Post by: vtverdohleb on April 03, 2016, 08:07:56 AM
Don't worry, there can't be a paid Ubooquity addon, the license of Ubooquity does not allow it.
So it will always be free as long as it exists.

Make Ubiquiti addon for DNS-320L/325/327L/340L/345. All users, including me, will thank you. And it is totally free.
The problem is that there are many nuances, because of which run on the NAS Ubooquity difficult and I spent many hours on what would figure it out. Ordinary users will not be able to do this requires advanced knowledge of Linux and specifically NAS D-Link.
Title: Re: Ubooquity
Post by: UbTom on April 03, 2016, 09:06:55 AM
True.

Make an addon that downloads Ubooquity during installation instead of redistributing it, and I won't have any objection.
My problem is with the redistribution of the binary.
Title: Re: Ubooquity
Post by: vtverdohleb on April 03, 2016, 11:16:54 AM
Make an addon that downloads Ubooquity during installation instead of redistributing it, and I won't have any objection.
My problem is with the redistribution of the binary.

As I said, I will not do anything. Ubooquity I do not use, I'm not interested.
Your decision will not dispute. But in its decision, you completely deprive users of D-Link NAS enjoyment Ubooquity.
Just build the package - this is not all, I have to deal with support. And I do not plan to volunteer at Ubooquity.
If someone else will compile the package and take up for further service, I'll just be grateful.

P.S. if the specialist will install and configure Linux, take the money for qualified work, this will not cause problems and objections. And my job for some reason should be free ... I do not understand this logic ... :(
Title: Re: Ubooquity
Post by: UbTom on April 03, 2016, 12:04:57 PM
Like I said, I have no problem with a paid addon as long as it downloads Ubooquity binary upon installation instead of embedding it.

Title: Re: Ubooquity
Post by: vtverdohleb on April 03, 2016, 12:46:10 PM
Like I said, I have no problem with a paid addon as long as it downloads Ubooquity binary upon installation instead of embedding it.

Let's say you make a mistake in the program, my addon download ".jar" ... and all the data on the NAS user will be deleted. Who is to blame? Of course it's me!
I do not play such games, all personally check on your own NAS. "Black box" is absolutely not acceptable. Do Ubooquity addons themselves, and I'll take care of other interesting OPDS.
Title: Re: Ubooquity
Post by: UbTom on April 03, 2016, 12:53:02 PM
It does not work that way, all versions are always available for download:
http://vaemendis.net/ubooquity/downloads/ (http://vaemendis.net/ubooquity/downloads/)

So a specific version of the addon can stick to a specific version of Ubooquity.
No "black box" here, no forced update either.
Title: Re: Ubooquity
Post by: vtverdohleb on April 03, 2016, 01:12:14 PM
So ... I do not agree completely abandoned creation and support of add-ons Ubooquity. Closed topic and will not raise any more.
Title: Re: Ubooquity
Post by: UbTom on April 03, 2016, 01:20:55 PM
That too bad, but it's your right.
Title: Re: Ubooquity
Post by: Ponch on April 05, 2016, 03:31:43 AM
Hi !
Oh ! I did not see that there were quarrels about this product! This is unfortunate because Ubooquity is the answer to many, many searches for users who want to read streaming (without downloading) their ebooks! Unfortunately, on the Dlink NAS configuration is not simple, and even looking on all world forums, I have not found solutions ... I understand that the application developer can not know all the environments, and fortunately we have vtverdohleb with advanced knowledge of Dlink NAS and Linux, offering the best addons for our favorite NAS! So its Ubooquity package works perfectly on my NAS, and I can now read my mangas collection in all formats of the house! Thank you to him and his time to answer my problem!
Best regards.
Ponch.
Title: Re: Ubooquity
Post by: vtverdohleb on April 05, 2016, 09:07:33 AM
Oh ! I did not see that there were quarrels about this product! This is unfortunate because Ubooquity is the answer to many, many searches for users who want to read streaming (without downloading) their ebooks! Unfortunately, on the Dlink NAS configuration is not simple, and even looking on all world forums, I have not found solutions ... I understand that the application developer can not know all the environments, and fortunately we have vtverdohleb with advanced knowledge of Dlink NAS and Linux, offering the best addons for our favorite NAS! So its Ubooquity package works perfectly on my NAS, and I can now read my mangas collection in all formats of the house! Thank you to him and his time to answer my problem!

To update you will be very easy (needed preinstall addon OpenSSH):
1. Download and extract the new version http://vaemendis.net/ubooquity/static2/download - Ubooquity.jar
2. Stop the addon.
3. Use WinSCP copy Ubooquity.jar program on the NAS to the directory / mnt / HD / HD_a2 / Nas_Prog / Ubooquity
4. Run the addon. If Ubooquity nothing fundamentally will not change - you will get a new version of the old Ubooquity addon.