I have recently installed DietPi with the intention to get it up and running with Deluge, SickRage, et.c.. These questions might be more related to my linux noobie:ness than DietPi in particular, so I apologize beforehand, and please feel free to move the topic if there is a more suitable place..
First question: I have installed Deluge using the dietpi-installer, and it runs fine when I boot/reboot. My question is how I can control it from the control line, i.e. starting and stopping the service? For SickRage (installed according to https://discourse.osmc.tv/t/how-to-inst ... y-pi/10788 with some minor tweaks), I can use 'systemctl start sickrage' if I have stopped it (manually or using the web client).. however it does not seem to work for deluge (it does not seem to restart by "systemctl start deluged' )? If I try 'systemctl status deluged', I get
Ifroot@DietPi:/mnt/samba# systemctl status deluged -l
● deluged.service - LSB: Start or stop the Deluge BitTorrent daemon.
Loaded: loaded (/etc/init.d/deluged)
Active: active (exited) since Fri 2016-09-30 22:49:21 CEST; 11h ago
Sep 30 22:49:21 DietPi deluged: Starting Deluge BitTorrent Daemon: deluged Not starting Deluge BitTorrent Daemon deluged, disabled in /etc/default/deluged.
Sep 30 22:49:21 DietPi systemd: Started LSB: Start or stop the Deluge BitTorrent daemon..
What does the active (exited) mean in this case? ..Should I just change the ENABLE_DELUGED in /etc/init.d/deluged to 1 instead of 0? If I do that, it seems I can restart it, but I can not connect using the Deluge client or web ui?
Second question: How do I grant write access to a certain user for samba shares? I have installed samba and mounted a network share under /samba, and with the root user I can read and write to it without problems. However, deluge and sickrage cannot which I guess have to do with rights? How can I add this access without granting them full root rights to "everything"?