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PulsedMedia Seedbox Giveaway. Details inside.

AstroAstro Member
edited February 12 in Tutorials

So I have one of the 200GB SSD raffle boxes and a 2TB M10G server that I've offered as a giveaway in return of the best guides that someone writes to setup Jellyfin, Emby, Sonarr and Radarr on the Pulsedmedia seedboxes. The guides have to be detailed enough so that anyone can copy paste the instructions to get the apps up and running. @PulsedMedia has also offered to credit the individuals account with €300 worth of credits. So let's see those guides!

Just to clarify, although it is ideal that one submits guides for all of them but I suppose in the end the best one will be chosen if only single app guides are offered.

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  • yoursunnyyoursunny Member, IPv6 Advocate

    Any credits for setting up push-ups streaming software?

    Thanked by 1james50a
  • @yoursunny said:
    Any credits for setting up push-ups streaming software?

    If it was for ISO's, you'd get all the credits. None for pushups.

  • hello

  • Are you all trying to make me fail in my exam?

  • djndjn Member

    @PulsedMedia
    https://github.com/djnaff/pulsedjelly

    curl -sL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/djnaff/pulsedjelly/main/jellyinstall.sh| bash

    Tested and working on 3 of my accounts

    its 3am and time for bed :)

  • @djn said:
    @PulsedMedia
    https://github.com/djnaff/pulsedjelly

    curl -sL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/djnaff/pulsedjelly/main/jellyinstall.sh| bash

    Tested and working on 3 of my accounts

    its 3am and time for bed :)

    This is good! Can you spin up a single script for all services?

  • dgc1980dgc1980 Member
    edited February 13

    @djn said:
    @PulsedMedia
    https://github.com/djnaff/pulsedjelly

    curl -sL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/djnaff/pulsedjelly/main/jellyinstall.sh| bash

    Tested and working on 3 of my accounts

    its 3am and time for bed :)

    latestVer=$(curl -s 'https://repo.jellyfin.org/releases/server/linux/stable/combined/' | egrep -m 1 -o "jellyfin_[0-9\.]+_amd64\.tar\.gz"  )
    wget https://repo.jellyfin.org/releases/server/linux/stable/combined/${latestVer} -O ~/jellyfin.tar.gz
    mkdir ~/jellyfin
    tar xf ~/jellyfin.tar.gz -C ~/jellyfin --strip-components=2
    

    find latest tar file on the page, download tar to jellyfin.tar.gz, extract jellyfin.tar.gz to jellyfin

    no need to worry about change of foldername etc due to updates

    below will add lighttpd proxy so you can use the host nodes ssl cert

    USERNAME=$(whoami)
    
    cat > ~/.lighttpd/custom <<'EOF3'
    $HTTP["url"] =~ "^/user-${USERNAME}/jellyfin/" {
      auth.require = (),
      proxy.server = ( "" => ( (
        "host" => "127.0.0.1",
        "port" => ${Jellyport}
      ) ) ),
      proxy.forwarded = ( "for" => 1,
                          "host" => 1,
                          "by" => 1
      ),
      proxy.header = (
          "map-urlpath" => (
             "/user-${USERNAME}/jellyfin/"  => "/",
             "/user-${USERNAME}/jellyfin" => ""
           )
      )
    }
    
    
    EOF3
    
    

    did a quick edit

  • PulsedMediaPulsedMedia Member, Patron Provider

    It looks like now i just have to reserve time to integrate jellyfin during upcoming week :)

    Thanked by 1Astro
  • PulsedMediaPulsedMedia Member, Patron Provider

    Someone just posted a script for SONARR, RADARR, PROWLARR, CLOUDPLOW, SABNZBD and JELLYFIN.

    Cross posting this:

    I have created this small script which installs SONARR, RADARR, PROWLARR, CLOUDPLOW, SABNZBD and JELLYFIN.
    
    Make sure that after installation change the default port of the application so other can use setup script.
    
    https://pastebin.com/yFCspQv0
    
    steps
    
    create new file/script with the content of the above link
    add new port number for all the apps in script
    run it using bash filename DO NOT use "sh" to run script.
    initially run app using <app-name> as command (eg. for SONARR command is sonarr)
    connect it using <seedbox-ip>:<app-default-port>
    change the default port in settings and restart.
    if you want to kill the app than use tmux attach -t <app-name> then press ctrl+c
    NOTE-
    
    I have hard coded version for SABNZBD, JELLYFIN and ASPDOTNET. To update first two change to version no in script and to update ASPDOTNET find new url at https://dotnet.microsoft.com/en-us/download/dotnet/5.0 and change line 12, also uncomment line 6.
    
    In sabnzbd go to settings>switchs>postprocessing and add Nice Parameters = -n19 ; IONice Parameters = -c2 -n4 ; Extra PAR2 Parameters = -pL
    
    All configuration data will be available at .config folder.
    
    Use the basic authentication method for all ( I am not sure Jellyfin supports this ) the application to overcome redirection issues which I am not able to fix due to my inexperience with lighttpd and how pulsedmedia had setup their nginx redirection for public-<username> part.
    
    All the applications are available at https://<seedboxurl>/public-<username>/<app-name>/
    
  • PulsedMediaPulsedMedia Member, Patron Provider

    It'll take a while to collate all the community submissions and integrate it to documentation OR to integrate the applications itself.

    Very very exciting stuff!

    Thanked by 1einverne
  • @PulsedMedia said:
    Someone just posted a script for SONARR, RADARR, PROWLARR, CLOUDPLOW, SABNZBD and JELLYFIN.

    Cross posting this:

    I have created this small script which installs SONARR, RADARR, PROWLARR, CLOUDPLOW, SABNZBD and JELLYFIN.
    
    Make sure that after installation change the default port of the application so other can use setup script.
    
    https://pastebin.com/yFCspQv0
    
    steps
    
    create new file/script with the content of the above link
    add new port number for all the apps in script
    run it using bash filename DO NOT use "sh" to run script.
    initially run app using <app-name> as command (eg. for SONARR command is sonarr)
    connect it using <seedbox-ip>:<app-default-port>
    change the default port in settings and restart.
    if you want to kill the app than use tmux attach -t <app-name> then press ctrl+c
    NOTE-
    
    I have hard coded version for SABNZBD, JELLYFIN and ASPDOTNET. To update first two change to version no in script and to update ASPDOTNET find new url at https://dotnet.microsoft.com/en-us/download/dotnet/5.0 and change line 12, also uncomment line 6.
    
    In sabnzbd go to settings>switchs>postprocessing and add Nice Parameters = -n19 ; IONice Parameters = -c2 -n4 ; Extra PAR2 Parameters = -pL
    
    All configuration data will be available at .config folder.
    
    Use the basic authentication method for all ( I am not sure Jellyfin supports this ) the application to overcome redirection issues which I am not able to fix due to my inexperience with lighttpd and how pulsedmedia had setup their nginx redirection for public-<username> part.
    
    All the applications are available at https://<seedboxurl>/public-<username>/<app-name>/
    

    Let me know who you end up choosing for the awards based on whichever cuts your setup time down the most. Not sure which forum is that from!

  • PulsedMediaPulsedMedia Member, Patron Provider

    @Astro said:

    @PulsedMedia said:
    Someone just posted a script for SONARR, RADARR, PROWLARR, CLOUDPLOW, SABNZBD and JELLYFIN.

    Cross posting this:

    I have created this small script which installs SONARR, RADARR, PROWLARR, CLOUDPLOW, SABNZBD and JELLYFIN.
    
    Make sure that after installation change the default port of the application so other can use setup script.
    
    https://pastebin.com/yFCspQv0
    
    steps
    
    create new file/script with the content of the above link
    add new port number for all the apps in script
    run it using bash filename DO NOT use "sh" to run script.
    initially run app using <app-name> as command (eg. for SONARR command is sonarr)
    connect it using <seedbox-ip>:<app-default-port>
    change the default port in settings and restart.
    if you want to kill the app than use tmux attach -t <app-name> then press ctrl+c
    NOTE-
    
    I have hard coded version for SABNZBD, JELLYFIN and ASPDOTNET. To update first two change to version no in script and to update ASPDOTNET find new url at https://dotnet.microsoft.com/en-us/download/dotnet/5.0 and change line 12, also uncomment line 6.
    
    In sabnzbd go to settings>switchs>postprocessing and add Nice Parameters = -n19 ; IONice Parameters = -c2 -n4 ; Extra PAR2 Parameters = -pL
    
    All configuration data will be available at .config folder.
    
    Use the basic authentication method for all ( I am not sure Jellyfin supports this ) the application to overcome redirection issues which I am not able to fix due to my inexperience with lighttpd and how pulsedmedia had setup their nginx redirection for public-<username> part.
    
    All the applications are available at https://<seedboxurl>/public-<username>/<app-name>/
    

    Let me know who you end up choosing for the awards based on whichever cuts your setup time down the most. Not sure which forum is that from!

    Actually i was hoping the community finds the best ones etc. before i get to put some time aside for going through myself -- and either integrating or adding to documentation.

    I think everyone who contributed also deserves some credit.

  • @PulsedMedia said:

    @Astro said:

    @PulsedMedia said:
    Someone just posted a script for SONARR, RADARR, PROWLARR, CLOUDPLOW, SABNZBD and JELLYFIN.

    Cross posting this:

    I have created this small script which installs SONARR, RADARR, PROWLARR, CLOUDPLOW, SABNZBD and JELLYFIN.
    
    Make sure that after installation change the default port of the application so other can use setup script.
    
    https://pastebin.com/yFCspQv0
    
    steps
    
    create new file/script with the content of the above link
    add new port number for all the apps in script
    run it using bash filename DO NOT use "sh" to run script.
    initially run app using <app-name> as command (eg. for SONARR command is sonarr)
    connect it using <seedbox-ip>:<app-default-port>
    change the default port in settings and restart.
    if you want to kill the app than use tmux attach -t <app-name> then press ctrl+c
    NOTE-
    
    I have hard coded version for SABNZBD, JELLYFIN and ASPDOTNET. To update first two change to version no in script and to update ASPDOTNET find new url at https://dotnet.microsoft.com/en-us/download/dotnet/5.0 and change line 12, also uncomment line 6.
    
    In sabnzbd go to settings>switchs>postprocessing and add Nice Parameters = -n19 ; IONice Parameters = -c2 -n4 ; Extra PAR2 Parameters = -pL
    
    All configuration data will be available at .config folder.
    
    Use the basic authentication method for all ( I am not sure Jellyfin supports this ) the application to overcome redirection issues which I am not able to fix due to my inexperience with lighttpd and how pulsedmedia had setup their nginx redirection for public-<username> part.
    
    All the applications are available at https://<seedboxurl>/public-<username>/<app-name>/
    

    Let me know who you end up choosing for the awards based on whichever cuts your setup time down the most. Not sure which forum is that from!

    Actually i was hoping the community finds the best ones etc. before i get to put some time aside for going through myself -- and either integrating or adding to documentation.

    I think everyone who contributed also deserves some credit.

    That's very kind of you 😊

    Let's just wait for a few more days then - I'm sure more folks will contribute.

  • PulsedMediaPulsedMedia Member, Patron Provider

    Tbh, we are also looking to hire a full time lead dev by end of this year. There are some development paths as well we'd like to research into.

    Thanked by 1Astro
  • @PulsedMedia said:
    Tbh, we are also looking to hire a full time lead dev by end of this year. There are some development paths as well we'd like to research into.

    Modernising the whole set up? :D

  • PulsedMediaPulsedMedia Member, Patron Provider

    @caracal said:

    @PulsedMedia said:
    Tbh, we are also looking to hire a full time lead dev by end of this year. There are some development paths as well we'd like to research into.

    Modernising the whole set up? :D

    Yeap! That's the idea.

    Our software basis is actually hacked together 12 years ago in like 30minutes ... then just quick'n'dirty build on top more and more .... Now we are running a huge code debt too, so much refactoring to do.

    Then again, when things just work you don't start poking around nilly willy either. It's a bit like gilded cage type of thing, it works so don't poke around, yet it would need work to modernize.

    New pulsedBox has been half way ready for like 10years now, the developer disappeared with broken MAC installer and last round of security auditing remains to be done :/

  • Nice work guys :)

  • Pulsed might just put ultra out of business.

    @PulsedMedia is there a specific reason why Plex isn't allowed?

  • PulsedMediaPulsedMedia Member, Patron Provider

    @Astro said:
    Pulsed might just put ultra out of business.

    @PulsedMedia is there a specific reason why Plex isn't allowed?

    Requires dedicated IP, and they have ZERO regard for your privacy. Cannot find a link now but years ago there was a huge controversy where Plex was essentially saying "We own your content, and we decide what you can watch, and all your data belongs to us" -- due to controversy they pulled back, but intent was made clear -- has been expecting them to slowly creep all that back.

    Sorry i cannot recall exactly anymore. They wanted to at least collect your library contents, identity, what you watch, when you watch, how long you watch etc.

    Not sure if Plex has finally started accepting changing the port it listens to. It seems they wanted to tie users to IPs to their real identities. It also requires registration on their site, so your access may be denied at any time, and there is a record on their servers who is using it, and it's mostly closed source.

    Plex is also paid software.

    Do you really want to give full rights of Your media to a US corporate entity?
    Now that i look at their site they privacy section is very lengthy piece of legalese with exceptions all around, so probably hidden loop hole to collect whatever they want: https://www.plex.tv/about/privacy-legal/

    They also obviously try to hide their corporate entity, got to browse the legalese to find the information:

    Plex GmbH, Hansmatt 32, 6370 Stans, Nidwalden, Switzerland
    
    Plex Inc, 449 N Santa Cruz Ave, Los Gatos, CA 95030
    

    Missing company IDs, atleast for the Plex GmbH they are supposed by law to give VAT ID. I wonder if payment receipts even have that, or are they doing trickery that EU sales go to US, and vice-versa. That would allow grey area VAT tax evasion too.

    Notice how billing legalese is missing these company names too: https://www.plex.tv/about/privacy-legal/subscriptions-and-billing/

    A company which has content guidelines for Your content does not seem someone i would be willing to trust: https://www.plex.tv/about/privacy-legal/content-guidelines/

    Copyright page: https://www.plex.tv/about/privacy-legal/plex-copyright-policy/
    Has listed the swiss company, but don't be fooled about this, if they are present in USA they have to comply with DMCA or face getting their USA corporation sued and shutdown.
    This fight is going on now: https://torrentfreak.com/plex-slammed-by-huge-copyright-coalition-for-not-policing-pirates-200306/

    and ~year ago: https://torrentfreak.com/plex-plans-to-place-all-legal-streaming-options-and-piracy-into-one-interface-210415/

    By the looks of it, it might be just a matter of time when you have to start paying separately to Plex for your own bluray backups.

    There is also Plex trying to enforce their trademark: https://torrentfreak.com/plex-denied-early-injunction-to-prevent-streaming-service-using-its-name-201006/

    DMCA takedowns for Plex has already begun: https://torrentfreak.com/dmca-takedowns-remove-perfectly-legal-plex-pages-from-google-210130/

    I am not sure we want to put effort on promoting a company's business which clearly does not share our views on privacy and your data being your data, not anyone else's. Never mind content policies, seriously wtf? When can we expect all Trump related videos to be banned, all Joe Rogan podcasts and anything but WHO/CDC approved Corolla discussion?

    Thanked by 2vedran dosai
  • AstroAstro Member
    edited February 13

    Compiled Guides for LETs consumption: (Source: Reddit)

    1. Radarr -

      the problem is Sonarr that Pulsed media run is on mono. Radarr dropped support for it long time ago.Here is what you can do
      
      get the old versionwget https://github.com/Radarr/Radarr/releases/download/v3.0.0.4204/Radarr.master.3.0.0.4204.linux.tar.gz
      
      unpacktar -xvzf Radarr.*.linus.tar.gz
      
      Runmono ~/Radarr/Radarr.exe
      
      Open browser andservername:7878
      
    2. Sonarr

      So the latest versions of sonarr works on Pulsed media.
      
      
      Download the latest version from sonarr. ( https://services.sonarr.tv/v1/download/main/latest?version=3&os=linux )
      
      
      I used the file manager because I wasn't getting wget working as I wanted so in the file manager upload Sonarr.main.3.0.6.1342.linux.tar.gz to the home directory.
      
      
      SSH to your server.
      
      tar -xvzf Sonarr.main.3.0.6.1342.linux.tar.gz
      
      mono ~/Sonarr/Sonarr.exe
      
      that will run sonarr. Don't close ssh yet. In the browser open servername:8989 that will open sonarr.
      
      
      Quickly change the port and enable authentication and save. Shut down sonarr from the gui.
      
      
      back on the ssh window run
      
      screen -S sonarr -fa -d -m mono ~/Sonarr/Sonarr.exe
      
      sonarr v3 is now running in the background on your new port you selected.
      
    3. NZBget & Rclone mount

      For NZB I use NZBGet.

      wget https://nzbget.net/download/nzbget-latest-bin-linux.run
      
      
      sh nzbget-latest-bin-linux.run
      
      Run nzbget using -D flag Change port and enable authentication.
      
      You can also mount with rclone after adding the rclone config. Create a folde which will be the mount point example /gdrive and running the command
      
      
      screen rclone mount gdrive: /home/Your Username Here/gdrive/ --buffer-size 256M --dir-cache-time 96h --timeout 1h --umask 002 --daemon --vfs-read-chunk-size 32M --vfs-read-chunk-size-limit off --vfs-cache-mode writes
      
    4. ZNC

      For ZNC: /usr/bin/znc --makeconf
      
      Then go through the set up, till it asks you to add network. Afterwards, one can switch to webui using the port you selected during the setup
      
      ...................
      
      For Pyload: usr/bin/PyLoadCore should get things going, but not sure about that
      
      See: https://blog.pulsedmedia.com/2015/03/use-pyload-on-seedbox
      
    5. Jackett

    For Jackett:

        Get release from here using wget or curl
    
        tar -xvzf the shit out of it
    
        run it in a screen
    
    Thanked by 2PulsedMedia plumberg
  • Looking at one of my boxex someone is testing this.. but not good comes from sonarr as it use too much cpu all the time arround 300% and thats only from 1 user.. probably mono needs to be updated for the 3x sonarr version
    https://www.mono-project.com/download/stable/#download-lin-debian

    Thanked by 1PulsedMedia
  • Is there anything for Emby specifically, or is it a case of adapting the Jellyfin instructions?

    Also I am curious, is there a defined line in service classes where you can and cannot make use of transcoding, or is it a case of applying ones best judgement by observing the available CPU resources?

  • PulsedMediaPulsedMedia Member, Patron Provider

    @emperor said:
    Looking at one of my boxex someone is testing this.. but not good comes from sonarr as it use too much cpu all the time arround 300% and thats only from 1 user.. probably mono needs to be updated for the 3x sonarr version
    https://www.mono-project.com/download/stable/#download-lin-debian

    Well that is curious. We use Debian repo version. It is 5.18.0.240 dated 2019-07-16 14:22 -- so indeed quite old now. and latest is 6.12 form ~a year ago.

    There are other factors on the CPU usage as well. What CPU does that server has, and what the user is doing? What might be the hourly / daily average CPU usage? Doing something heavy for a short period it's not a problem to have high CPU usage.

  • Just need a setup guide for Emby now.

  • @PulsedMedia said:
    Someone just posted a script for SONARR, RADARR, PROWLARR, CLOUDPLOW, SABNZBD and JELLYFIN.

    Cross posting this:

    I have created this small script which installs SONARR, RADARR, PROWLARR, CLOUDPLOW, SABNZBD and JELLYFIN.
    
    Make sure that after installation change the default port of the application so other can use setup script.
    
    https://pastebin.com/yFCspQv0
    
    steps
    
    create new file/script with the content of the above link
    add new port number for all the apps in script
    run it using bash filename DO NOT use "sh" to run script.
    initially run app using <app-name> as command (eg. for SONARR command is sonarr)
    connect it using <seedbox-ip>:<app-default-port>
    change the default port in settings and restart.
    if you want to kill the app than use tmux attach -t <app-name> then press ctrl+c
    NOTE-
    
    I have hard coded version for SABNZBD, JELLYFIN and ASPDOTNET. To update first two change to version no in script and to update ASPDOTNET find new url at https://dotnet.microsoft.com/en-us/download/dotnet/5.0 and change line 12, also uncomment line 6.
    
    In sabnzbd go to settings>switchs>postprocessing and add Nice Parameters = -n19 ; IONice Parameters = -c2 -n4 ; Extra PAR2 Parameters = -pL
    
    All configuration data will be available at .config folder.
    
    Use the basic authentication method for all ( I am not sure Jellyfin supports this ) the application to overcome redirection issues which I am not able to fix due to my inexperience with lighttpd and how pulsedmedia had setup their nginx redirection for public-<username> part.
    
    All the applications are available at https://<seedboxurl>/public-<username>/<app-name>/
    

    I have created this post on reddit r/seedbox

    I will modify this script to auto-select port numbers for all numbers and starts all application with new port numbers, so as an end user your are ready to go.

    If anyone has any suggestion then I will try to add that as well.

  • PulsedMediaPulsedMedia Member, Patron Provider

    @let_a96ut said:

    @PulsedMedia said:
    Someone just posted a script for SONARR, RADARR, PROWLARR, CLOUDPLOW, SABNZBD and JELLYFIN.

    Cross posting this:

    I have created this small script which installs SONARR, RADARR, PROWLARR, CLOUDPLOW, SABNZBD and JELLYFIN.
    
    Make sure that after installation change the default port of the application so other can use setup script.
    
    https://pastebin.com/yFCspQv0
    
    steps
    
    create new file/script with the content of the above link
    add new port number for all the apps in script
    run it using bash filename DO NOT use "sh" to run script.
    initially run app using <app-name> as command (eg. for SONARR command is sonarr)
    connect it using <seedbox-ip>:<app-default-port>
    change the default port in settings and restart.
    if you want to kill the app than use tmux attach -t <app-name> then press ctrl+c
    NOTE-
    
    I have hard coded version for SABNZBD, JELLYFIN and ASPDOTNET. To update first two change to version no in script and to update ASPDOTNET find new url at https://dotnet.microsoft.com/en-us/download/dotnet/5.0 and change line 12, also uncomment line 6.
    
    In sabnzbd go to settings>switchs>postprocessing and add Nice Parameters = -n19 ; IONice Parameters = -c2 -n4 ; Extra PAR2 Parameters = -pL
    
    All configuration data will be available at .config folder.
    
    Use the basic authentication method for all ( I am not sure Jellyfin supports this ) the application to overcome redirection issues which I am not able to fix due to my inexperience with lighttpd and how pulsedmedia had setup their nginx redirection for public-<username> part.
    
    All the applications are available at https://<seedboxurl>/public-<username>/<app-name>/
    

    I have created this post on reddit r/seedbox

    I will modify this script to auto-select port numbers for all numbers and starts all application with new port numbers, so as an end user your are ready to go.

    If anyone has any suggestion then I will try to add that as well.

    also $(WHOAMI) for the lighttpd URIs :)

    Awesome to see you here, awesome work with the script. I was stunned to see your post!

  • PulsedMediaPulsedMedia Member, Patron Provider

    It's quite clear a big portion of this one should goto @let_a96ut @dgc1980 and @djn

    Thanked by 1Astro
  • I have updated the script now just run
    curl https://gist.githubusercontent.com/gsj1377/a7eb727e079a1cefc9baff4e130d8900/raw/84cb3622b1e0c30f6dbada2d0a96a41c876e6f9a/app-installation.sh | bash && source ~/.bashrc

    Once script finishes it will show urls at the end.
    for SABnzbd for first-time use wizard url.

  • @let_a96ut said:
    I have updated the script now just run
    curl https://gist.githubusercontent.com/gsj1377/a7eb727e079a1cefc9baff4e130d8900/raw/84cb3622b1e0c30f6dbada2d0a96a41c876e6f9a/app-installation.sh | bash && source ~/.bashrc

    Once script finishes it will show urls at the end.
    for SABnzbd for first-time use wizard url.

    Is this just for SABnzbd? or for jellyfin as well?

  • let_a96utlet_a96ut Member
    edited February 16

    @Astro said:

    @let_a96ut said:
    I have updated the script now just run
    curl https://gist.githubusercontent.com/gsj1377/a7eb727e079a1cefc9baff4e130d8900/raw/84cb3622b1e0c30f6dbada2d0a96a41c876e6f9a/app-installation.sh | bash && source ~/.bashrc

    Once script finishes it will show urls at the end.
    for SABnzbd for first-time use wizard url.

    Is this just for SABnzbd? or for jellyfin as well?

    This is for Sonarr, Raddarr, Prowllar, SABnzbd and Jellyfin

    This is update version of previous script. Now it is more robust and does not require any user configuration like changing port or setting up baseurl.

    Also prints URL and useful info.

    Once script finishes running applications are ready to run

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