Cardigann is a Torznab indexer like Jackett. After installing Cardigann on Ubuntu 16.04 you can add custom torrent indexers/trackers to Sonarr, SickRage and CouchPotato. Cardigann is written in Go which makes it lighter and requires no dependencies like mono on Linux. It’s also hosted on github and they are looking for a new maintainer. This guide will show you how to install … I'm curious
Watcher is a CouchPotato alternative for grabbing feature length video files. Unlike CouchPotato and Radarr, Watcher currently only works with usenet so it grabs files using NZBGet or Sabnzbd no torrent clients are currently supported. Like CouchPotato Watcher is written in python so on lower end devices like the Raspberry Pi it should run faster than Radarr.
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Muximux is hosted on github and is an alternative to HTPC Manager. You get a similar dashboard to manage all of your automation and media server apps like Plex, Sonarr, CouchPotato, SickRage, NZBGet, Ombi, Sabnzbd, NZB Hydra and more. This guide will show you how to install Muximux on Ubuntu 16.04 with nginx and PHP7.
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The next guide in our Auto Port Forward PIA VPN guide is for Deluge. We have already covered Transmission, but if you client of choice is the excellent Deluge client, then you will find all the required information here. A very nice features that Private Internet Access (PIA) provides is Port Forwarding on their P2P enabled VPN servers. If you are using a … I'm curious
One of the many exciting features that Private Internet Access (PIA) provides is Port Forwarding on their P2P enabled VPN servers. If you are using a private tracker and you need to have decent upload to maintain your ratio, or if your want to download torrents with low number of seeds available, you will certainly benefit from using an active (open) port in your … I'm curious
The next guide in the VPN Split Tunnel sequence is Configure Deluge for VPN Split Tunnelling on Ubuntu 16.04 using systemd units. An excellent way of utilizing both the security that VPN connection provides and to still route only selected traffic over the VPN connection is called VPN Split Tunneling.
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