I’m assuming you’ve got a working install, if you havn’t get one and make sure to install and setup yaourt as we’re going to need it.
I’m going to make all the apps run as root, some people don’t like this but as my machine is a VM there’s only so much damage it can do!
Grab sabnzbd from AUR, I use yaourt for this.
yaourt -S sabnzbd
If you want to connect to your provider using SSL (recommended) then you’ll need to grab the ssl package below with pacman.
cd /usr/lib/systemd/system nano sabnzbd.service
Edit the line
[Service] ExecStart=/opt/sabnzbd/SABnzbd.py -l0 User=root Group=root
chown -R root:root /opt/sabnzbd/
sabnzbd.ini to allow remote machines to access (if you’re doing this in a VM then it’s highly likely you will need to do this).
host = 0.0.0.0 port = *whatever you want
Then we should be good to go with sabnzbd. Once started visit the relevant URL in your browser (ie 192.168.1.3:8080 ).
systemctl enable sabnzbd systemctl start sabnzbd
Sickbeard is also built and installed from AUR by yaourt.
yaourt -S sickbeard-git
Once installed, change the service to run as root as you did with sab.
cd /usr/lib/systemd/system nano sickbeard.service
File should look like this…
[Service] User=root Group=root
Once again chown the dir sickbeard was installed too.
chown -R root:root /opt/sickbeard
Then you can enable sickbeard. Once the app has run once it will auto create a config.ini which you manually edit if required.
systemctl enable sickbeard systemctl start sickbeard
You probably get the idea by now… but for completeness here’s how to do CouchPotato.
yaourt -S couchpotato-git cd /usr/lib/systemd/system nano couchpotato.service # edit to run as root chown -R root:root /opt/couchpotato systemctl enable couchpotato systemctl start couchpotato
Default port is 5050.
Installing Plex Media Server
yaourt -S plexmediaserver systemctl enable plexmediaserver systemctl start plexmediaserver
Default port is 32400. You’ll need to go to a slightly odd URL to get the configurator to load.