Installation Misc

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Installation

Radarr

OSX

Detailed instructions coming "soon" For now please see our website for details: https://radarr.video/#downloads-v3-macos


Debian/Ubuntu

.NET Core Install

You'll need curl, mediainfo, and sqlite. sudo apt install curl mediainfo sqlite3

Manual Install

Go to the Radarr download page, and pick the appropriate file: https://github.com/Radarr/Radarr/releases

Note: this assumes you created a user named radarr

Example of Radarr download options

In the example screenshot here, you can see multiple options. Choose the option that matches your OS and processor best. For most users, this would be .linux-core-x64.tar.gz if it is available.

Download this file onto your system: (Note: The link below will target the Linux .NET Core x64 file. Replace if needed with the file you chose previously)

 wget --content-disposition 'http://radarr.servarr.com/v1/update/master/updatefile?os=linux&runtime=netcore&arch=x64'

Uncompress:

tar -xvzf Radarr*.linux-core-x64.tar.gz

Move to your preferred install location (typically /opt/Radarr/

sudo mv Radarr/ /opt

Finally, make sure you grant the needed permission to your install directory:

sudo chown radarr:radarr /opt/Radarr

You can start Radarr with the following command:

/opt/Radarr/Radarr -nobrowser


Sonarr

OSX

  1. After downloading Sonarr V3 from here. The zip file will be located in your downloads directory.
  2. After the download has finished you'll need to unzip the file from there you'll have a Sonarr.app in your downloads folder simply move the Sonarr.app to your Applications directory.
  3. Move-sonarr-to-applications.gif
  4. From there if you go to your launch pad you'll notice that Sonarr is now in there, double click on Sonarr
  5. You'll probably get a pop up that says "Sonarr.app" cannot be opened because the developer cannot be verified.
  6. Sonarr-developer-cannot-be-verified.png
  7. Don't fret we can get this fixed.
    1. Click on System Preferences in your dock
    2. Click Security and Privacy
    3. Click Open Anyways
    4. You'll get a pop up that looks something like this:
    5. framless
    6. Click Open
  8. Now since Sonarr uses the Mono Framework Version 5.20 or later if you do not already have that installed you'll receive a pop up like this
  9. Sonarr-cannot-launch-sonarr-mono.png
    • Note: If Mono is already installed skip these steps
    1. Click Download
    2. Safari (or default browser) will now open up to the Mono Project for macOS. Click Download mono (Stable channel)
    3. Once the download is complete go to your downloads folder and click the new pkg file that was downloaded and install it
    4. After installation is complete go back and reopen Sonarr
  10. Now browse to http://localhost:8989

Now you're all set Sonarr is now up and running on your system.


Debian/Ubuntu

Please see our website

Manual Installation Instructions coming "soon"


Lidarr

OSX

Detailed instructions coming "soon" For now please see our website for details: https://lidarr.audio/#downloads-v1-macos


Debian/Ubuntu

.NET Core Install

You'll need curl, mediainfo, chromaprint, and sqlite. sudo apt install curl mediainfo sqlite3 chromaprint

Manual Install

Go to the Lidarr download page, and pick the appropriate file: https://github.com/Lidarr/Lidarr/releases

Note: this assumes you created a user named lidarr

In the example screenshot here, you can see multiple options. Choose the option that matches your OS and processor best. For most users, this would be .linux-core-x64.tar.gz if it is available.

Download this file onto your system: (Note: The link below will target the Linux .NET Core x64 file. Replace if needed with the file you chose previously)

 wget --content-disposition 'http://lidarr.servarr.com/v1/update/master/updatefile?os=linux&runtime=netcore&arch=x64'

Uncompress:

tar -xvzf Lidarr*.linux-core-x64.tar.gz

Move to your preferred install location (typically /opt/Lidarr/

sudo mv Lidarr/ /opt

Finally, make sure you grant the needed permission to your install directory:

sudo chown lidarr:lidarr /opt/Lidarr

You can start Lidarr with the following command:

/opt/Lidarr/Lidarr-nobrowser

Readarr

OSX

Readarr is in a pre-alpha state. Instructions will be built once Readarr is stable (i.e. alpha).

Linux

Debian/Ubuntu

.NET Core Install

You'll need curl and sqlite. sudo apt install curl sqlite3

Manual Install

Go to the Readarr discord and locate the binaries

Note: this assumes you created a user named readarr

Download this file onto your system:

 wget --content-disposition '{Readarr is pre-alpha; link hidden from the public}'

Uncompress:

tar -xvzf Readarr*.linux-core-x64.tar.gz

Move to your preferred install location (typically /opt/Readarr/

sudo mv Readarr/ /opt

Finally, make sure you grant the needed permission to your install directory:

sudo chown readarr:readarr /opt/Readarr

You can start Readarr with the following command:

/opt/Readarr/Readarr -nobrowser


Code Blocks

Radarr

Preparing the Unit Service File

[Unit]
Description=Radarr Daemon
After=syslog.target network.target

[Service]
# Change the user and group variables here.
User=radarr
Group=radarr

Type=simple
#Update the data path
ExecStart=/opt/Radarr/Radarr -nobrowser -data=/path/to/appdata/for/Radarr/

TimeoutStopSec=20
KillMode=process
Restart=always

[Install]
WantedBy=multi-user.target


Sonarr

Preparing the Unit Service File

[Unit]
Description=Sonarr Daemon
After=syslog.target network.target

[Service]
# Change the user and group variables here.
User=sonarr
Group=sonarr

Type=simple

# Mono Install:
# Update the data path
ExecStart=/usr/bin/mono --debug /opt/Sonarr/Sonarr.exe -nobrowser -data=/path/to/appdata/for/Sonarr/

TimeoutStopSec=20
KillMode=process
Restart=always

[Install]
WantedBy=multi-user.target

Lidarr

Preparing the Unit Service File

[Unit]
Description=Lidarr Daemon
After=syslog.target network.target

[Service]
# Change the user and group variables here.
User=lidarr
Group=lidarr

Type=simple

# NetCore install:
# Update the data path
ExecStart=/opt/Lidarr/Lidarr -nobrowser -data=/path/to/appdata/for/Lidarr/

TimeoutStopSec=20
KillMode=process
Restart=always

[Install]
WantedBy=multi-user.target

Readarr

Preparing the Unit Service File

[Unit]
Description=Readarr Daemon
After=syslog.target network.target

[Service]
# Change the user and group variables here.
User=readarr
Group=readarr

Type=simple

# NetCore install:
# Update the data path
ExecStart=/opt/Readarr/Readarr -nobrowser -data=/path/to/appdata/for/Readarr/

TimeoutStopSec=20
KillMode=process
Restart=always

[Install]
WantedBy=multi-user.target