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QNAP - NZBGet does ...
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QNAP - NZBGet does not start, command-line shows "std::out_of_range"

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I've had this happen, after a seemingly crash which corrupted the Queue.

Go into your QNAP through SSH and find the QPKG directory, mine was at : 


Next cd to the directory "nzbget" and execute:

./nzbget -s -o continuepartial=no

The command-line/console version of NZBGet will now become visible. If all went well, you'll recognize a few things and it should start downloading.
Press "Q" to quit NZBGet.

Next go to one directory back and start nzbget:

./ start

After a few seconds you'll see that the Daemon version is running. Try open the NZBGet URL now and see if it started correctly.


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