#1 By: howtogeek, May 1st, 2013 11:24
Originally published at: http://www.howtogeek.com/162060/how-to-install-nzbget-for-lightweight-usenet-downloading-on-your-raspberry-pi/
We recently showed you how to turn your Raspberry Pi into an always on Usenet machine centered around the feature-rich SABnzbd Usenet client. Now we’re back to show you how to use NZBGet, a more Spartan but also very lightweight Usenet tool.
#2 By: Plazik, June 5th, 2013 13:09
In "/etc/init.d/nzbget" you have a typo:
ase "$1" in
case "$1" in
#3 By: Lowell Heddings, June 5th, 2013 13:23
Thanks, typo should now be fixed
#4 By: amueller, June 7th, 2013 01:09
Very nice and helpful howto!
Unfortunately it stops where it got interesting in the previous article "How to Automate Your Always-On Raspberry Pi Download Box": The integration into SickBeard and CouchPotato is missing.
I tried to follow this previous howto but NZBget has major differences in regards to post processing.
If possible, could you update this how to with a small section on how to get NZBget postprocessing work with Sickbeard/ CouchPotato/ ...?
Thank you and Best Regards! Keep up the good work!
#5 By: Jordy, October 20th, 2013 12:17
I just tried to install nzbget on my raspberry but I got stuck at patching the libpar2 the follwing line of code:
If i typ the line of code I get this back:
pi@raspberrypi ~/nzbget-10.2/libpar2-0.2 $ cp /temp-nzbget/nzbget-10.2/libpar2-0.2-.patch
cp: missing destination file operand after /temp-nzbget/nzbget-10.2/libpar2-0.2-.patch'
What am I doing wrong? All the other articles worked fine.
#6 By: bigk, January 3rd, 2014 08:17
I'm getting the same error as Jordy - everything else seems to work fine?
#7 By: Dennis White, January 7th, 2014 17:00
I've followed the articles on the pi from the beginning. Been working on it for over six mo. Finally got sabnzb and sickbeard to run. But sickbeard crashes after setting all configs and trying to add a show. This probably isn't the place for this comment but I think the whole process needs to be revisited by htg.
#8 By: Reme Le Hane, January 11th, 2014 01:55
How would one update at the end of all this, the guide is for v10, I installed using 12, but what happens when 12.X or 13 comes out?