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  • Kavita - Package Updates

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    girishG

    [0.5.0]

    Set hostname properly so that emails have correct links
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    scookeS

    I've found that using something like Cyberduck lets me login into the server, and then easily navigate to the desired folder even in the Docker hierarchy. So, I upload straight to the folder Kavita uses. It looks something like: /home/yellowtent/appsdata/long-set-of-characters/data/data, etc.

  • Kavita Library Folder

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    girishG

    @LoudLemur On Cloudron, '/app/data` is the only viable location.

    Kavita is quite picky on the folder naming convention. Each type of content has a different structure. See https://wiki.kavitareader.com/guides/scanner/managefiles

  • Fantastic changelog from Kavita!

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    girishG

    @scooke might be better to just start from scratch instead of figuring why migration doesn't work...

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    girishG

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    Fixed now.

  • FYI: passwords can only be max 32 characters

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    jdaviescoatesJ

    @necrevistonnezr totally agree. I don't get why people limit passwords to 32 characters (or to any length really).

    And in the opposite direction, it also really annoys me that without editing files Ubuntu won't let me create users with weak passwords (e.g. for my children to use, or for my team members to be easily able to use my laptop to screen films at a film and food event I organise without them needing my primary login)

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    girishG

    There is also https://vaemendis.net/ubooquity/ (free but not opensource).

    Kavita requires a specific folder structure for the library. The FAQ of Kavita states that ubooquity might be more flexible here.

    AFAICT, yacyreader is a desktop app and not a web app.