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SABnzdb extension for Google Chrome

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If you liked the Chrome extension for Sick Beard maybe you like this one for SABnzdb too. The extension is called SABconnect++ and is developed by Guillaume Boudreau. Similar to the Sick Beard extension it can be accessed via a small icon directly from your Chrome Menu. It enables a few nifty …

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Setup SABznbd on Ubuntu 12.04 Server

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Welcome back to Part 5 of the series “How-to setup a fully automated Media Portal“. Next up we will install the NZB Client (sabnzdb). After the Installation you will have a second download client next to transmission which will search and download files from Usenet only. SABnzbd is a free and open source newsgrabber …

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What is Usenet?

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USENET, stands for Users network and is one of the oldest networks served by the Internet. Despite the BitTorrent explosion of the past few years there have always been file-sharers who believe that if you want secure access to content at the fastest speeds, Usenet is the place to obtain it. There are …

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Setup Transmission on Ubuntu 12.04 Server

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Welcome back to Part 4 of the series “How-to setup a fully automated Media Portal“. Next up we will Install a torrent client (Transmission) and the Media Library CouchPotato. After the Installation you will be able to manage your Movies via the Web-Interface of CouchPotato and also automatically schedule downloads through CouchPotato. …

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Make usage of your old Hardware

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Ok so you have an old PC lying around and you still look for a purpose of it. How about a fully automated Media Server? By that I was thinking along the lines of a Server that automatically downloads your favourite Movies, TVShows or even Music and Games. I will …

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