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- wsume99 - 2011-10-06 21:56
mprassel Wrote:Can anybody post some straight forward guides for installing SAB, Sick Beard & Couch Potato on Unraid. I've been doing a lot of searching and only finding outdated stuff.You've got to be kidding me.
Well I guess I'll give you a hand. If you use these packages then you should have no problems getting everything installed. All you need is the latest version of unMenu. Then just download these .conf files and put them into your /boot/packages folder. After that these packages will be available for install in the Package Manager page in unMenu. Follow the instructions with each package and be sure to setup the configuration variables.
Sabnzbd unMenu package
SickBeard unMenu package
CouchPotato unMenu package
- boognish43 - 2011-10-07 04:46
boognish43 Wrote:I think I am going to have to check in at the unraid forum but I wanted to ask here first.
Well I installed 4.7 and let is check the parity(which took twice as long at the beta?) and I am getting the same results.
Now it tells me there is an i/o error and wont let me delete the file(permission issues)
Im suspecting a bad drive but it is new and worked just fine in the windows setup for a few days until i moved it to the unraid server. Unraid scanned it fin e and it shows no error so im a little confused
- scotepi - 2011-10-07 06:38
wsume99 Wrote:You've got to be kidding me.
I've been playing with it in a VM and the packages are really, really out of date.
I have also heard of people that are able to get SAB/SB/CP to all run on the same port with the same user/password but I'm waiting on SAB forums to hear back from them.
- g725s - 2011-10-09 19:29
Any recommendations for a Motherboard/CPU combo for unRAID that can use 1.5v 1600 DDR3 DRAM?
- bandelguy - 2011-10-10 12:46
Can FreeNAS create parity drive and other things which unRAID can do? Is there any free alternative to full version of unRAID?
- fluentdesigns - 2011-10-10 16:54
Bandelguy, Yes FreeNAS can do Raid 5/Raid Z
- scotepi - 2011-10-12 16:36
bandelguy Wrote:Can FreeNAS create parity drive and other things which unRAID can do? Is there any free alternative to full version of unRAID?
The issue I have with FreeNAS is that you have to add drives in sets of 3 or more.
cna enyone tell me if this are good options for unRaid? - vl1969 - 2011-10-17 17:22
does anybody know if this MB and Flash good for unRaid ?
I am planning my first build here for Media NAS.
I only have 2 1T drives with files , so will be getting 2x2T HD one for Data and one for Parity, once built will move all my stuff to new 2T HD and add both of my old 1T as Data.
my Hardware list so far
1. AZZA Solano 1000R Black / Red Japanese SECC Steel/Metal mesh in front ATX Full Tower Computer Case
2. 2x2T Seagate drives
3. 890FX Deluxe5 Socket AM3+ 890FX ATX AMD Motherboard
4 Emtec International S100 Micro Series 8GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive - Black EKMMD8GS100
any and all input/critiques are appreciated
- eskro - 2011-10-17 21:12
vl1969 Wrote:3. 890FX Deluxe5 Socket AM3+ 890FX ATX AMD Motherboard
LAN Chipset = Realtek 8111E = not good for unRAID
working motherboards are listed in my Server guide... stick to them,,,
can I just get a gigabit card for PCI and disable onboard network ? - vl1969 - 2011-10-17 22:19
what looks interesting in this MB is
#1 SATA 6Gb/s 8
#2 PCI Express 2.0 x16 3
PCI Express x1 2
plus I am thinking of running VMServer at a later time and this MB supports 32 GB RAM
eskro Wrote:LAN Chipset = Realtek 8111E = not good for unRAID