I'm a relative noob here, and I'm experiencing trouble with my installs of SabNZBD+ and Sickbeard. I'm fairly certain my mistake is an incredibly basic one, so here goes:
I start SAB or SB from the package menu.
They run, according to their logs and to an SSH top-command.
But the websites time out, and never display a homepage.
What should happen?
I'd like their web pages to display
How do I reproduce it?
I click the links in the "more" section of their package center pages, and it returns a nicely formatted page with an error message when they service is stopped.
But when the services are running, I get a page that hangs on "sending request", until it 10-20 seconds later returns an error of no response.
What's your system?
DS411, brand new.
Running 4.0 beta. Exact same problem was there with 3.2 tho.
What did I try to fix it?
Well, I think I've tried everything, but I obviously haven't. By now, I'm convinced I've made a complete rookie mistake somewhere, so that's why I'm posting.
I did an SSH login to check if their services were running - they were.
I've looked at their logs through package center, as I thought maybe they have errors during startup. They don't seem to - SabNZBD+ starts on ip 0.0.0.0:8080, which concerns me.
I disabled Photo Station, as someone said the ports might conflict.
I wanted to try and edit the .ini file for sabnzbd, but I wasn't able to get in with SFTP, I got a filezilla error message. My Linux SSH skills are just about exhausted by running putty, logging in and typing "top", so while I can get in with SSH, I dunno what the commands are for navigating, and I couldn't find a command list or help online.
I'm sure it is the same error for both - their reactions are completely similar, after all. I just don't know how to fix it.
So how did I get here:
1. I've installed both packages, plus python, from http://synopkg.superzebulon.org/spkrepo/packages
2. I've disabled my firewall. Just for now, until I figure this out.
Anyone have an idea what my problem might be? I'm drawing a blank here, to be honest.
Thanks for reading people, I appreciate it - I know how tiring tech support on a forum can be.