Nowa aplikacja QPKG w sklepie Qnapclub Store: Calibre Web Calibre-Web is a web app providing a clean interface for browsing, reading and downloading eBooks using an existing Calibre database. Features Bootstrap 3 HTML5 interface full graphical setup User management with fine-grained per-user permissions Admin interface. 本地书库目录创建 Calibre-Web 容器. 书库内容已经准备完毕，接下来该给它们安家了。进入 QNAP 后台管理页面，启动 Container Station，如果之前没有安装，可以在 APP Center 中下载。 创建容器. 在左侧点击「Create」→在搜索框输入「calibre」搜索容器安装镜像； 挑选镜像. I have been keeping my Calibre Database on an NFS share on my QNAP NAS for years without a problem. I run Calibre mainly on one particular Linux Box, but I do have it installed on others. I also backup the whole calibre directory including the database files regularly to a local machine via rsync, and keep separate backups of several versions.Hi,
I did some search, but I'm quite confused about what is considered 'best practice'.
- I saw there is a CalibreHD qpkg on qnapclub but it seems to work with HD Station which isn't what I'm looking for. Bonus points if I can also set it up to auto-download (like download the new New-Yorker each week and add to my server).
- This video is a tutorial on how to install and setup Calibre and Cops to manage ebooks. These 2 pieces of software work very well together. This video shows.
I used Calibre to store my collection of eBooks under windows.
Now I'm moving unto a (home) networked environment mainly based on my NAS and several computers, mainly running Linux, I also have a couple of kindles.
I would like to move all my database to NAS (which is backupped), but I read this is not the 'advised' configuration.
- I am ok to maintain (add/remove/edit_metadata) from a single location.
- It would be OK to maintain directly from NAS, but it is headless (accessible either via web or ssh).
- My specific NAS is Intel-based (4core Atom).
- Other PC's should be able to browse book list and to download for local reading.
- I'm aware of two 'plugins' for my NAS which seem Calibre-related (BicBucStrim and COPS), but it's unclear to me their actual usage.
- I would like to avoid duplication of my (large) collection.
Can someone point me in the right direction, please?