See what I did there? #dadjoke (I know, I’ll show myself out). Seriously though, with the amount of time and effort I have put in so far (and will continue to put in), I thought it was time to give myself a little bit of a backup of my HomeAssistant config. Looking around, github seemed …
These relate to any software or scripts I develop.
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Hass.IO Of all things, not something I expected I’d do. But, as it turns out – automation is definitely nice. I’ve got Wake-on-LAN working, and my lights etc – so I can turn on the lights in my office and boot up my workstation, with one button, on my phone. Everything is ready to use …
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Why Radarr?Same as Sonarr, but for movies. Give it a movie to watch for, and it can automatically grab it once it’s available. Guides to come soon – for now, refer to the radarr wiki.
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Why Sonarr?Sonarr is a tool that monitors for releases. Give it a show to monitor for, and it’ll pull in the air dates for each episode. When an episode airs, it looks for it on the sources you give it (rarbg etc – or usenet) and passes it to your downloader for processing. Once it’s …
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One of the tools I use to manage my media library is Ombi. “What’s it for?” Well, that’s both simple and complicated – depending on how you configure it.If you share your media with someone, odds are at some point they’ll ask you to add something you don’t already have. Ombi is a tool for …
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