HellaVCR with CH3SNAS / CH3MNAS

Find here my hellavcr configuration I used with the CH3SNAS / CH3MNAS with the nzbget newsbin configuration I created.
the configuration contains mainy, if not all, tv shows I followed or am following (above rar file is with gzdecode function (gzip)

Update: 17-01-2011

this rar file has all my TV series, posters inside, but lacks all api keys and usernames, it is also allowing you to tweet again. So you have to add the usernames and api information in the config file and var file. I do not recall if I have added my own thetvdb api key, but this one you could pick from your old hellavcr configuration or from the one above ;-). To tweet you have to register the application and enter 4 different new keys (actually the username and password for twitter are NOT your normal username and password !)

Just unpack the rar file in a folder and copy it in the /web/ folder of your nzbget installation so that you can access it with http://nas-device:8000/hellavcr

of course you have to create a crontab or manually execute the hellavcr.php script with: php hellavcr.php
note: hellavcr is depending on nzbmatrix and you need a vip account. Unfortunately the search api is offline so this script will not download any valid nzbfile.
But as I got some requests to share my config. Here

Quick Release: nzbget for CH3MNAS & D-LINK DNS-321

user Bearxor had problems with using nzbget on his fun_plugged device. After some chatting in the comments he told that he is using the DNS-321 and not the CH3SNAS or DNS-323, these devices do have different toolchain and need to be compiled differently.

So for users with the Conceptronic CH3MNAS or D-LINK DNS-321 who want to have a 5 to 10 minutes installation of nzbget: download it here and get the ch3mnas-nzbget.tgz file for the installation instructions:

get the instructions here

20Mbps ADSL Speed

speed1-ftp_1.jpg

After some testing today I finally have the speed I thought I should get. Stuff and Issues are solved ;-)

First image is a speed test from a FTP server which is

connected at an university computer with 100Mbps. Max speed over 2Mbps is great to see.

The second image is the spspeed2_usenet.jpgeed test from Usenet. Earlier this morning: a no go. I was not satisfied, but after 1 hour I finally reached the speed I was thinking I should get.

So all problems solved ;-) My products can finally be tested