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Overview: Support for Docker image arch-lidarr in the binhex repo.

Application: Lidarr - https://github.com/lidarr/Lidarr

Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/binhex/arch-lidarr/

GitHub: https://github.com/binhex/arch-lidarr

Documentationhttps://github.com/binhex/documentation

 

For other Docker support threads and requests, news and Docker template support for the binhex repository please use the "General" thread here


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Please note this application is under heavy development right now, it may not be stable.

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5 minutes ago, ffhelllskjdje said:

Installed but it opens up Sonarr? 

 

hu?, it starts lidarr for me, what url are you using to connect?

 

edit - ahh i see the issue, missed the port change in the template for the webui link, my bad, ok try changing the connecting url to http://<your unraid server ip>:8686

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Thanks @binhex

 

Just installed your version, copied in my database etc. from another docker. All up and running in 5 minutes. Top work.

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Thanks for this docker. Never heard of app until now but love to try it!! :-)

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10 hours ago, Dimtar said:

Thanks @binhex

 

Just installed your version, copied in my database etc. from another docker. All up and running in 5 minutes. Top work.

How did you copy?  

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3 hours ago, DZMM said:

How did you copy?  

 

Just via putty, copied the app data of the old docker. Is that what you mean?

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I realised after I posted my question wasn't clear enough, but you answered the bit I needed - wasn't sure if you copied the whole folder or bits.  I'm going to do the same as my old docker has a lot of activity I don't want to lose.

 

Apparently recent headphones versions have started working again, but I have more faith in this docker already and the activity on github seems to have really accelerated in the last couple of weeks with almost daily commits.

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1 hour ago, DZMM said:

I realised after I posted my question wasn't clear enough, but you answered the bit I needed - wasn't sure if you copied the whole folder or bits.  I'm going to do the same as my old docker has a lot of activity I don't want to lose.

 

Apparently recent headphones versions have started working again, but I have more faith in this docker already and the activity on github seems to have really accelerated in the last couple of weeks with almost daily commits.

 

I agree, this project does look solid and I am not even mad they are forking Sonarr. 

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I agree, this project does look solid and I am not even mad they are forking Sonarr. 
Why would you be mad they are forking Sonarr mate?

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32 minutes ago, CHBMB said:

Why would you be mad they are forking Sonarr mate?

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 It’s a saying, a compliment in this context.

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I am running into the classic " Import failed, path does not exist or is not accessible by Lidarr:" error. I have set the mappings up the same as my radarr / sonarr mappings but I am still seeing issues. I am using nzbget. I have created a lidarr category in nzbget (like I have for sonarr) and the files get downloaded to /downloads/lidarr but are not being picked up. Hoping this is something stupid I just overlooked.

 

Mappings screenshots attached.

   

lidarr.png

nzbget.png

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Nzbget and Sonarr are /downloads in your mappings. Where as Binhex-Lidarr is /data. Is that it?

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The /data mapping just says it is for downloads. So not sure but I don't think the container path matters as much, at least it doesnt with sonarr I don't think.

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I read that and my mappings look correct to me. Both radarr and sonarr have the same mappings and work without issue.

 

I must be missing something but I am out of ideas.

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10 hours ago, ice pube said:

Import failed, path does not exist or is not accessible by Lidarr

Your error ^^

10 hours ago, ice pube said:

. I have set the mappings up the same as my radarr / sonarr mappings

No you don't

 

The link I posted explains why your mapping of /data on Lidarr won't work (it needs to be /downloads)

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I can't seem to get it to route through my proxy (which is your deluge docker). After inputting the settings and saving it resets to look as though I never changed anything. Is there an xml I can edit to ensure it routes properly?

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1 hour ago, thatnovaguy said:

I can't seem to get it to route through my proxy (which is your deluge docker). After inputting the settings and saving it resets to look as though I never changed anything. Is there an xml I can edit to ensure it routes properly?

 

screenshot please showing when you have edited.

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Here's how the gist in screen shots. Any changes made to the proxy forms are ignored once I click save.

Before:

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During:

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After:

before.jpg

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35 minutes ago, DZMM said:

this is probably one for the Lidarr team

 

i agree, you look to of configured lidarr correctly @thatnovaguy so best to ask the lidarr developers, try posting this in the issues section on github.

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4 hours ago, binhex said:

 

i agree, you look to of configured lidarr correctly @thatnovaguy so best to ask the lidarr developers, try posting this in the issues section on github.

Ok, thanks so much for your help!

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