So my Vero4k arrived this week and it has been a constant reading marathon since I am a total Linux/OSMC nub
In the pastI had a HTPC before with OPENELEC running. SABNZBD suit would download anything on the HDD of the HTPC and I’d have 2 external HDD’s attached also.
This HTPC died.
I externalized the HTPC HDD giving me 3 HDD’s with media on them and one still with a download folder, movie folder, etc. relating to SABNZB.
Those 3 are now hooked up to my VERO and I can play all my media as if my HTPC was still alive.
However getting SABNZBD up and running seems to be quite a hassle. I tried all the things in here: How to Install Sabnzbd, Sickbeard, CoachPotato and Samba on Pi2 - #4 by nread2
And I have gotten so far as to run the standard SABNZBD 1.1.1. When actually running this I do not get a connection when opening http://[Your Pi’s IP]:8080/wizard/. So this already is a problem next to the issue that I cannot seem to update to the latest version, which I would like to.
I also have a feeling I should do something with the HDD I intent to get my media on as it is know purely a read HDD used for accessing the media on it and not so much for writing stuff on there via SABNZBD. What I should do there exactly remains a mystery to me.
Basically I just want to get the latest SABNZBD up and running and able to download stuff onto 1 dedicated HDD. The other ones are just there for relocating media and playing it.
I have Putty via which i access my Vero, I messed around a bit with the commands I came across in the topic mentioned, but that’s as far as I got and I really need some help since my skills are 0. Are there any good guides out there or is it really trying a lot and getting to know how debian works? I can follow guides, I just cannot program for shit.