Install HTPC Manager on Raspberry Pi with Raspbian

HTPC Manager finally supports Sonarr, SickRage and Headphones thanks to Hellowlol. HTPC Manager adds that extra feeling of excellence to your Raspberry Pi Media Server. You get a slick, modular HTPC interface so you can manage all of your software and services on your HTPC. Services you can manage include Plex, Kodi XBMC, Sonarr, Sabnzbd, NZBGet, uTorrent, Transmission, SickBeard, CouchPotato and more. You will see … I'm curious

Configure HTPC Manager Reverse Proxy nginx Mac OSX

nginx-htpc-managerA Reverse proxy is a convenient method to remotely access your media server’s web interfaces. When you are done with this guide you will be able to use your free dynamic DNS address (Mac OSX Afraid DNS Guide) like htpcguides.crabdance.com/htpc instead of htpcguides.crabdance.com:8085. This means fewer open ports on your router leaving you more secure while simultaneously having a convenient URL to access … I'm curious

Install HTPC Manager Banana Pi with Bananian

banana-pi-htpc-managerHTPC manager now supports Sonarr, SickRage and Headphones thanks to Hellowlol. HTPC Manager adds that extra feeling of excellence to your Raspberry Pi Media Server. You get a slick, modular HTPC interface so you can manage all of your software and services on your HTPC.

Services you can manage include Plex, Kodi (XBMC), Sonarr, Sabnzbd, NZBGet, uTorrent, Transmission, SickBeard, CouchPotato and more. You will see … I'm curious

Configure HTPC Manager Reverse Proxy nginx Windows

nginx-htpc-managerA Reverse proxy is a convenient method to remotely access your media server’s web interfaces. When you are done with this guide you will be able to use your free dynamic DNS address (Windows Afraid DNS Guide) like htpcguides.crabdance.com/htpc instead of htpcguides.crabdance.com:8085. This means fewer open ports on your router leaving you more secure while simultaneously having a convenient URL to access HTPC … I'm curious

Install HTPC Manager Ubuntu Linux

htpc-managerI posted how to intall HTPC Manager on Windows yesterday and today it’s Linux’s turn. I mentioned I was waiting for HTPC manager to support Sonarr, SickRage and Headphones before creating guides for it. You can all thank Hellowlol for upgrading HTPC Manager for 2015. HTPC Manager adds that extra feeling of awesomeness to your HTPC and here’s why. You get a slick, modular HTPC … I'm curious