I have QuiteRSS running on a virtual terminal - Windows Server 2008 R2. I am collecting my feeds from Basecamp Classic. Basecamp Classic RSS seems to provide a feed of recent activity.
Once we set-up QuiteRss, will it continually run in the background and collect feeds when the app is closed? Or does the app need to be open to collect all feed activity?
in general QuiteRss needs to be active to receive news for defined feeds. So the app needs to be started but can be run minimized.
To add this news to QuiteRss while the app is closed you need to access the feeds.db and add them via SQL.
This can be done f. e. from the command line using the sqlite.exe.
For information refer to http://www.tutorialspoint.com/sqlite/sqlite_useful_functions.htm.
Thanks for the prompt reply. QuiteRSS seems easy to work with but SQLite appears to be for a programmer, not for your average Joe. I will give it a try.
I cannot locate my feeds.db file. Is it a hidden file? Where should it be?
You can just run QuiteRSS as a minimized app on your server.
The file feeds.db is located in the QuiteRSS app folder..
I found the feed.db in: