[Plugin] Auto Remove Plus v2.0.0

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Re: [Plugin] Auto Remove Plus v2.0.0

Postby mhertz » Mon Mar 01, 2021 3:13 pm

As is arch-based, and presumably up-to-date, then is using py3.9, meaning you need download py3.9 version of plugin and use, or if not available(or just being to lazy), then simply rename the 8 to 9, in the filename of the plugin, and restart deluge.

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Re: [Plugin] Auto Remove Plus v2.0.0

Postby funkjunkman » Tue Mar 02, 2021 3:29 pm

Confirmed latest release is running Python 3.9.2
Renaming plugin worked. Thanks!

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Re: [Plugin] Auto Remove Plus v2.0.0

Postby LimitX » Thu Mar 04, 2021 9:23 pm

Running in docker with linuxserver/deluge

Deluge version: 2.0.3-2-201906121747-ubuntu18.04.1
Python: 3.6.9

When I install the plugin via the web UI I see a new "file" in the plugins directory (/config/plugins) called "[object FileList]" but the plugin is not listed in the plugins list. Any ideas?

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Re: [Plugin] Auto Remove Plus v2.0.0

Postby mhertz » Thu Mar 04, 2021 9:52 pm

Yes, install plugin manually as this is an issue often reported(don't know if proper bugticket ever was submitted to the bugtracker about it, but still unfixed regardless) and happens with some plugins when using the webui install feature. Just place plugin into dockers /config mounted profile dir on host system and restart the docker image. Remember plugin filename should match python version of docker, so use a '*-py3.6.egg' plugin version or just instead rename to match.

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Re: [Plugin] Auto Remove Plus v2.0.0

Postby LimitX » Fri Mar 05, 2021 10:04 am

mhertz wrote:Yes, install plugin manually as this is an issue often reported(don't know if proper bugticket ever was submitted to the bugtracker about it, but still unfixed regardless) and happens with some plugins when using the webui install feature. Just place plugin into dockers /config mounted profile dir on host system and restart the docker image. Remember plugin filename should match python version of docker, so use a '*-py3.6.egg' plugin version or just instead rename to match.


Thank you very much :-)


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