Incorrect or missing information? Fedora and RHEL/CentOS/Scientific Linux RPM
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The nuxref repository is available here and works with RPM based distributions such as Fedora, Red Hat, CentOS, Scientific Linux, and Oracle Linux. The more extensive guide can be found here.
After installing the repository run
yum install sabnzbd or
dnf install sabnzbd (Fedora).
Once installed, you can start SABnzbd by typing
sabnzbd in a terminal.
Because the RPM's might not always be up-to-date, we include a guide to install from source, provided by user jpriddy.
All commands to be run with a user with sudo privileges or prefixed with the 'sudo' command.
- Make sure you have access to the default rpm channel. For RHEL that means enabling the repos like so (you will of course need an active subscription that is subscribed): For CentOS there is no subscriptions to speak of, so just make sure you have not modified the default reop settings.
- For RHEL/CentOS add the nux repo for the 'bad' copyright/source encumbered rpms such as unrar.
nux may also require you to have a source for its prereqs from EPEL to have a source for its prereqs from EPEL.
- Install git:
- Install the prereqs. Example below (there may be more prereqs I neglected to track):
- Clone the sabnzbd git repo to
/optor somewhere else applicable and switch to the
- Optionally create a SABnzbd user/group, optionally add user to shared group, and change ownership of the SABnzbd install to said user/group. Example:
- Optionally create a startup item for systemd and copy it to
/etc/systemd/system/. Call it
sabnzbd.serviceor something else applicable. Make sure to set the correct
Groupmatching the account on your system.
- Here we're going to setup the firewall rule to allow the service to be reachable over the network. Then add the following code to the file: Use the following commands to activate the firewall rule:
- Enable and start the newly created sabnzbd service:
Be sure to run a
systemctl daemon-reloadafter editing any systemd files.
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