Trying ot add Sonarr after quickbox install


#1

Been trying for the last 2 hrs to add the rtorrent that comes with quickbox to sonarr as a download client to no prevail, Couchpotato added it just fine. Anyone on here that has made it work?


#2

Have you attempted these settings (naturally replacing ‘quickbox’ with your own username)


Sonarr Installation Guide
Connect Sonarr to rTorrent
#3

you the real MVP, that should be documented somewhere, searched the forums only 3 things with sonarr in them. Also im loving the customization of this.


#4

I would try to stick to SickRage’ i have noticed Sonarr has a bad issue; of having packages saying there is a upgrade when there isn’t any verisar


#5

Honestly i didnt know SickRage indexed torrents, thats awesome, i think ill leave sonarr for TV and have SickRage for anime, for notification reason, even though the email per series and subject things in sickrage look really appealing.


#6

How did you add sonarr and couchpotato to the gui?
Did you install them with apt-get and they appear in the gui?
I’m on the latest version but I see no sonarr or cp in the “packages” section.

Thanks.


#7

http://pastebin.com/s9PeRr6c


#8

Thanks for this.
So, before I do this editing, I need to install sonarr and couchpotato normally right?

Do I have to run it with a specific user?
Thanks for clarifying, I’m not an experienced linux user.


#9

You should be able to run it as root. There is no particular reason to run it as a user. Just change the settings accordingly after it is installed. The settings to integrate to the menu are simply hard-coding it so it is there. This will however be built into future versions (both install and uninstall). That version is looking ot be due for release this weekend.


#10

As always @JMSolo, spot on.
Ok then, I will wait a future release, whenever it may come.
Thank you.