I installed sickrage in 15 minutes and it worked with just one extra line. I followed the instructions on the thread I linked to exactly. I didn’t try to change one thing, and it worked first time. It starts at reboot and I can access the web interface.
Instead, you did not follow the instructions in the thread exactly. You have created a new user, sickrage. You have placed your files in /opt. You did not use the correct ExecStart line until Tom suggested it to you. There are probably other things I don’t know about. And you don’t seem to have read the logs, since I’m sure there will be some kind of error shown there.
Sorry about that. I had reasons for doing that. First, the user was created some months ago, with the first install I did following the intructions of this forum. Second, I choose that directory because I have Transmission and Couchpotato there (as this instructions says) and I’m trying to get things ordered. I used the correct ExecStart the first time I try it, but it did’t work. I just try it AGAIN when Tom mention it and it worked, srprisingly, I don’t know why. There is a lot of variables I’ve been changing during the process. And I don’t know what logs must I to read. If you beleave I can access some logs, please, just mention it.
Further more, I change de user and other things ONLY after the default installation with your settings was tested unsuccesfully. After get the same timeout error, I decide to come back to /opt/ because reasons exposed.
Further more, When I see that your service have osmc:osmc, I think, obviously, it should be changed in a Rpi without this groups and users.
I was doing all my best, all my effort trying to follow your recomendations, as can be seen in this thread. If it is not enough, sorry, is my best. At the end, trying to not abuse of your time and help, I went to SickRage forum and kindly I said good bye.
Thank you for the abstract. Tryed again, following exactly the steps in the tutorial linked, I get timeout error when I do explicit command sudo service sickrage start. In order to be completely clear: I skip two first commands (install dependencies) because I performed them yesterday.