"Sonarr is a PVR for Usenet and BitTorrent users. It can monitor multiple RSS feeds for new episodes of your favorite shows and will grab, sort and rename them. It can also be configured to automatically upgrade the quality of files already downloaded when a better quality format becomes available."
Connect to your server with SSH.
mono (Skip if you have Radarr installed)
Download the latest version of mono
Extract the mono archive
tar xf mono-220.127.116.110.tar.bz2
Enter the extracted directory and compile it in your home directory
cd ~/mono-4.8.0 ./autogen.sh --prefix=$HOME make get-monolite-latest
Complete the mono installation (this will take a while -- most likely between 15 and 30 minutes)
make && make install
Return to the root of your slot and clean up the archive data
cd rm mono-18.104.22.1680.tar.bz2
Add ~/bin to your PATH if it is not already
echo "PATH=\$HOME/bin:\$PATH" >> ~/.bashrc && source ~/.bashrc
Set a custom temporary directory in your bash configuration if it is not already
echo "TMPDIR=\$HOME/.tmp" >> ~/.bashrc && mkdir -p ~/.tmp && source ~/.bashrc
Download Sonarr (also known as NzbDrone)
Extract the archive
tar xzvf NzbDrone.develop.tar.gz
Make a Sonarr/NzbDrone configuration directory
Make a Sonarr/NzbDrone configuration file
Open the configuration file in nano
Copy the contents of the box below into the ~/.config/NzbDrone/config.xml file, replacing any other configuration in the file
<Config> <Port>37165</Port> <UrlBase></UrlBase> <BindAddress>*</BindAddress> <SslPort>18582</SslPort> <EnableSsl>False</EnableSsl> <ApiKey></ApiKey> <AuthenticationMethod>None</AuthenticationMethod> <LogLevel>Info</LogLevel> <Branch>develop</Branch> <LaunchBrowser>False</LaunchBrowser> </Config>
Save changes by pressing
Clean up your slot
Start Sonarr in a screen session running in the background
screen -dmS sonarr mono --debug ~/NzbDrone/NzbDrone.exe -c libcurl
Jackett works as a proxy between applications like Sonarr and BitTorrent trackers.
Download the latest version of Jackett
Extract the archive
tar xzvf Jackett*.tar.gz
Start Jackett in a background screen session. Once started, Jackett is accessible at http://server.whatbox.ca:18582
screen -dmS jackett mono ~/Jackett/JackettConsole.exe -p 18582 -c libcurl
Clean up your slot
Your Sonarr web interface will be accessible at http://server.whatbox.ca:37165
It is strongly recommended to setup authentication on your Sonarr instance. You can do this in Sonarr's web interface under the Settings > General > Security options. Select
Forms (Login page) in the
Authentication dropdown box, followed by a username and password. You should not use your slot password here because the web interface does not use SSL. Click
Save in the top-right to save the configuration.
You can attach to your Sonarr screen session to monitor its output using
screen -r sonarr , and detach from it again by pressing
Ctrl+a and then
Connecting to rTorrent
Under Settings > Download Client, select to add a client with the + button and then select rTorrent. Enter the following information to connect to rTorrent:
Host: localhost Port: 443 URL Path: xmlrpc Use SSL: Yes Username: user Password: Your server password
Connecting to Transmission
You will need the Transmission daemon port from your Slot Info page.
Under Settings > Download Client, select to add a client with the + button and then select Transmission. Enter the following information to connect to Transmission:
Host: localhost Port: Daemon port as listed on your Slot Info page Username: user Password: Your server password
Connection to Deluge
You will need the Deluge WebUI address from your Slot Info page.
Make sure the Deluge WebUI has been enabled from the Settings link on your Manage page.
Under Settings > Download Client, select to add a client with the + button and then select Deluge. Enter the following information to connect to Deluge:
Host: localhost Port: 5 digit port from the end of your Deluge WebUI link, as listed on your Slot Info page. Password: Your server password Category: Leave blank if the Label plugin has not yet been enabled in the Deluge WebUI