uncola wrote:another tip if you have a 1512+ or 1812+..
But again, I *think* if you go to package center, other sources, and add this url http://synopkg.superzebulon.org/spkrepo/packages the packages will show up in package center and those versions don't check for what cpu your nas has so they'll just install.
sugewhite wrote:Thanks for your tip. Forgive me but if i put in the above link what do i need to install besides SAB, SickBeard and couch? Is there a step method to do 1st 2nd then so on? I am very new to synology. I just got my 212+ yesterday. Waiting on hard drives so i havent even opened it. Do i set it up the same way i did my pc? Thanks.
fender4645 wrote:I ended up just going back to a standalone server. I had all the parts lying around to build a fairly decent Linux box so it cost me nothing (other than the electricity). Everything was just too slow on the Synology (browsing the SAB/SB web interfaces, unrar, repairing, etc.) that it just didn't seem worth it. I have the Synology shares mounted on the Linux box via NFS -- the temp download location is local while the finished product gets copied to the Synology. So far it's been working great. Now I can finally upgrade to DSM 4.0.
jokemeister wrote:The 212+ is certainly good enough to run SABnzbd but I don't have experience with Sickbeard or Couch but would be surprised if that presented any problem for a 212+ as I've only got a 211J which has a much slower CPU. Where I find the DS starts to struggle is when I want to stream media AND SABnzbd is doing post processing, ie. unrar etc. No problem while just downloading.
floateruk wrote:Thanks for the guide. It really helped.
For some reason the mertymade sabnzb helper wouldn't work straight away. It decided to work after about 20 mins though.
Thought I'd mention it in case other found the same issue and think that's its not going to work. I have a Ds212j.
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