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SickRage - The new home of the SickRage community

  •    Python

Automatic Video Library Manager for TV Shows. It watches for new episodes of your favorite shows, and when they are posted it does its magic. Before using this with your existing database (sickbeard.db) please make a backup copy of it and delete any other database files such as cache.db and failed.db if present We HIGHLY recommend starting out with no database files at all to make this a fresh start but the choice is at your own risk.

Jackett - API Support for your favorite torrent trackers.

  •    CSharp

This project is a new fork and is recruiting development help. If you are able to help out please contact us. Jackett works as a proxy server: it translates queries from apps (Sonarr, Radarr, SickRage, CouchPotato, Mylar, DuckieTV, etc) into tracker-site-specific http queries, parses the html response, then sends results back to the requesting software. This allows for getting recent uploads (like RSS) and performing searches. Jackett is a single repository of maintained indexer scraping & translation logic - removing the burden from other apps.

AtoMiC-ToolKit - AtoMiC Toolkit simplifies HTPC / Home Server setup and management on Ubuntu and Debian variants including Raspbian

  •    Shell

Note that AtoMiC ToolKit will be in continuous development. While extensive testing has been done, there may be errors or unexpected behaviors at times. Also, not all features have been implemented yet. For more information on installation and usage, visit AtoMiC ToolKit page on on htpcBeginner.com.

swizzin - A simple, modular seedbox solution

  •    Shell

Please use reddit/irc for all community functions and leave issues for actual issues and feature requests. Box has been revamped to reduce and consolidate the amount of commands you need to remember to manage your seedbox. More on this below. In addition to that, additional addon packages can be installed during installation. No need to wait until the installer finishes! I may even add an automated installer hooks in the future.




putio-automator - A suite of commands for managing torrents, transfers and files on put

  •    Python

Configure Sickrage to use a Torrent black hole folder. Configure this application to monitor that folder and download to the same folder used for post-processing in Sickrage. This will install a new command-line utility putio in /usr/local/bin or similar. It should be on your path already.

sickrage.github.io - Site and support repo for SickRage

  •    Javascript

Search for the error in the search box. Re-use the existing issue if it already exists, even if it is closed. If you don't find it please follow the guidelines below, otherwise the issue will be closed. This repo is dedicated to tracking bugs and issue reports only.

ShowsRage - Android application to manage your Medusa/SickRage installation

  •    Kotlin

ShowsRage is an Android application that allows you to manage your SickRage installation. Support for SickBeard (or any other variant) is not guaranteed, but the main features should work properly.


DockSTARTer - DockSTARTer helps you get started with media server, seedbox, and HTPC apps running in Docker

  •    Shell

The main goal of DockSTARTer is to make it quick and easy to get up and running with Docker. You may choose to rely on DockSTARTer for various changes to your Docker system, or use DockSTARTer as a stepping stone and learn to do more advanced configurations.

mediabox - Container based media tools configuration

  •    Shell

Mediabox is an all Docker Container based media aggregator stack. For simplicity's sake (eg. automatic dependency management), the method used to install these packages is Ubuntu's default package manager, APT. There are several other methods that work just as well, if not better (especially if you don't have superuser access on your system), so use whichever method you prefer. Continue when you've successfully installed all packages listed.

dockerfiles - lots of dockerfiles, based on alpine

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In this repository, you will find lots of dockerfiles, with a philosophy of being as light as possible, easy to use, and secure (minimal root process). Most dockerfiles, are based on alpine Linux, which is a very light GNU/Linux distribution.