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TOPIC: Getting sonarr up and running - almost there.

Getting sonarr up and running - almost there. 2 years 3 months ago #1

  • jackiass
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Using this guide together with this guide, I managed to get sonarr running on my RPi2 with this command:
/storage/data/ubuntu/usr/sbin/chroot /storage/data/ubuntu/ mono /opt/NzbDrone/NzbDrone.exe
My problem is that chroot is living in it's own world here:
/storage/data/ubuntu/
and sees that as root, and I therefore can't get sonarr to interact with this folder:
/media/USBHDD1/Complete/TV
Is there a work around for this? I've tried symlinking but the link is not seen from within sonarr.

I asked this question in the original guide with no answer and am hoping someone lurking these parts of the forum will have a bright idea for a solution?
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Getting sonarr up and running - almost there. 2 years 3 months ago #2

  • ultraman
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Before running app inside chroot mount folder into like
mkdir -p /storage/data/ubuntu/TV
mount -o bind /media/USBHDD1/Complete/TV /storage/data/ubuntu/TV
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Getting sonarr up and running - almost there. 2 years 3 months ago #3

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Thanks ultraman - did the trick :)
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