In order to schedule a bot, you should add a new configuration on the dashboard, containing at least a bot and a task to run. Optionally, you can also add a proxy and a server (by default it will run on localhost, i.e. the PC you run the manager on).
ORACLE JRE 8 is required to run the manager. OpenJDK is not supported on the machine that runs the manager since JavaFX is not included in it, but you can run it on servers and have the manager launch bots there from your PC.
You can use the Data – Paste Configuration button on the Bots and Proxy tabs to import bulk settings from the clipboard. The accepted format is outlined below. All you have to do is select the text, copy it, and press Import Clipboard on the GUI.
Note: you can use comma, colon, semicolon or pipe as separators.
Only Linux servers are supported at this moment. The manager has been tested on CentOS 6, CentOS 7 and Ubuntu 16, all with GNOME desktop installed. OSBot requires a desktop environment even if it is run in headless mode so X Window System must be installed along with a desktop package and VNC. When adding a server, make sure you use the linux account that you used for VNC.
The manager will only work if the user has previously opened the OSBot client and installed webwalking on the machine. OSBot cannot be started if webwalking is not installed, or if the user never logged in on that machine.
If you have any issues, PM Token#9525 on discord with teamviewer credentials.
IMPORTANT: The account creation will not work if the gmail steps below were not done properly (less secure apps OR app password AND display unlock captcha AND wait 5 minutes after doing this). If you are logged into multiple Google accounts, log out from all except the one for which you want to configure the access settings. Failure to complete these steps will result in not being able to create accounts and an error popup linking to this page. The display unlock captcha will likely have to be done twice, once BEFORE and once AFTER running the account creator for the first time on every device.
The account creator will use 1 single gmail address using the “+1” method. If your main email is email@example.com the manager will create allias accounts firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com.. etc, and all emails will be forwarded to the main one firstname.lastname@example.org.
Email confirmation requires inbox access for that specific gmail account. If you have 2 Factor Authentication you must create a 3rd party application password for the manager to use here. Make sure you select “Mail” and “Windows Computer”. The generated password must be used instead of your gmail password on the GUI in this cas
If you do not have 2 Factor Authentication you must enable the “Allow Less Secure Apps Access” option here.
IMPORTANT: Google will require you to unlock the display captcha for account creation to work here BEFORE running the manager for the first time and AFTER every time you run it on a new machine (you will likely have to do this twice until it works), AND wait 5 minutes after doing this.