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NZBAPP - prebuilt appliance to utilize NZB files

Based upon the turnkey linux fileserver appliance...

This is a project for building a Turnkey Linux patch to configure a Turnkey Linux 13.0 installation along with the following additions:

  • SABnzbd
  • CouchPotato (for locating NZB files for movies)
  • SickRage (for locating NZB files for TV shows)
  • Headphones (for locating NZB files for music releases)
  • (as a front end to everything)


nzbapp is configured as follows:

DNS must be configured. During installation you will be prompted for the hostname of the NZBAPP appliance. DNS resolution to that hostname must be available for all clients accessing the appliance. This can be done by configuring it with DNS or by adding an entry in the clients /etc/hosts (or Windowssystem32driversetchosts) file

Complete and incomplete binaries are being placed in /srv/storage.

If additional space is needed, it may be best to either create an LVM at initial installtion time OR add a second disk to the installation, create a filesystem and mount it on /srv/storage

  • You must configure each application with their own webui
    • http://<ipaddress>/couchpotato for CouchPotato
    • http://<ipaddress>/sickbeard for sickrage
    • http://<ipaddress>/headphones for Headphones
  • Run through the SABnzbd setup wizard at:


If you want to send donations to keep this work going, please send them to the authors of the included programs and/or Turnkey Linux. They are the heroes in this effort, not me.


This patch needs to built with the Turnkey Linux TKLdev appliance

More information can be found at:

Credentials (passwords set at first boot)

  • nzb user: username nzb, password set on first boot
  • Webmin, Webshell, SSH, Samba: username root, password set on first boot
  • Web based file manager (AjaXplorer):
    • username admin (Local), password set on first boot
    • username root (Samba)
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