Install Plex Requests.Net on Windows so your family and friends can easily request media for your Plex Media Server. Plex Requests.Net is the .NET port of the node.js-based Plex Requests. Plex Requests.Net works with automation software to grab new content requests that your Plex users may have. It is compatible with CouchPotato, Sonarr and SickRage for getting content automatically from usenet or … I'm curious
Install NZBHydra on Windows for universal usenet searching to replace NZBMegaSearch. NZBMegaSearch has come to a bit of a standstill despite mirabis attempt to provide fixes for Sonarr. theotherp has created an NZBMegaSearch replacement called NZBHydra which integrates with Sonarr, SickRage, CouchPotato and other automation software. If you use reverse proxies you will be happy to know that NZBHydra will work without any … I'm curious
Install Plex Requests on Windows to allow family and friends to request media for your Plex Media Server. Plex Requests works with automation software to grab new content requests that your Plex users may have. It is compatible with CouchPotato, Sonarr and SickRage for getting content automatically from usenet or torrents. This tutorial was tested on Windows 8 and 10 which should also … I'm curious
Plex Media Server is the popular choice for making your media collection available to an array of devices. If you use torrents for acquiring new content then you of course use a VPN as well for safety. Plex routes traffic through plex.tv which goes through your VPN connection, meaning remotely accessing your media collection would require port forwarding through the VPN. Luckily XFlak has created … I'm curious
Reverse Proxies are an elegant and convenient method to remotely manage your media server’s services. nginx can forward requests to your uTorrent web interface on your HTPC. 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.
You will have less open ports on your router … I'm curious
VMPlayer test environments are incredibly useful for anyone who wants to tinker with new software. It lets you have a playground environment where you can play, break and mess around as much as you like on an operating system with no consequences to your real home media server operations. In my installing Ubuntu as a virtual machine guide, I mentioned that I like to … I'm curious
VMPlayer is a powerful virtual machine software that runs on Windows. It will let you run Ubuntu on your Windows machine without have to mess with disk partitions or dual booting and is useful for testing different software. I use VMPlayer and VMWorkstation for resizing SD card partitions in Ubuntu for use with the Raspberry Pi, Banana Pi, ODROID and Orange Pi so they will … I'm curious