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Version 0.0.2


fixed rating from the cli
fixed bug in “add movies” tab
fixed problem when searching and/or viewing actors and maybe other browsers
added apache as a conflict in rpm and deb packages
small changes to run with apache
added –bind flag
now it updates the port in prism but only if the folder gets removed
added integration with the upcoming version of imdb-thumbnailer
running figuritas from the cli should run the gui now


With the bind flag you can associate movies that you already have on figuritas:

figuritas movies –bind “video_1.avi” “video_2.avi”

To add and associate use:

figuritas movies -a “video_1.avi” “video_2.avi”

imdb-thumbnailer integration:

With the next version of imdb-thumbnailer you will be able to automatically add and/or associate your movies with figuritas, also if you set a custom cover in figuritas for a movie that has a file associated the thumbnail for that file should be updated with the new cover.


Anyone who want to test it with apache should download the tar archive and read the readme file. I haven’t test it and it will probably not work but you can comment this post for help.


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  1. Andrea
    February 21, 2010 at 5:20 pm

    I have tried it with Apache. When I open I just get the source of index.cgi (even if the apache cgi module is enabled)

  2. Andrea
    February 22, 2010 at 12:09 am

    Ok, now it works. Pay attention that the correct instruction in the README file is

    sudo cp -r /usr/share/figuritas/web /var/www/figuritas/web

    instead of

    sudo cp -r /usr/share/figuritas /var/www/figuritas/web

    Another thing to fix: some directories (in particular web/images/32 and web/images/128) have wrong permissions, so that people different from owner are not able to access the files inside them. I had to manually change this before I was able to see the pictures.

  3. February 22, 2010 at 12:23 pm

    Ok, all fixed, all permissions settled to 644.
    Thanks a lot!

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