AtoMiC Toolkit simplifies HTPC / Home Server setup and management on Ubuntu and Debian variants including Raspbian. It currently supports: Couchpotato, Deluged, Emby, FFmpeg, Headphones, Htpcmanager, Jackett, Kodi, Lazylibrarian, Madsonic, Mono, Mylar, Nzbget, Nzbhydra, NzbToMedia, Ombi, Plex, Plexpy, Pyload, qBittorrent, Radarr, Sabnzbd+, Sickgear, Sickrage, Sonarr, Subsonic, Transmission, Unrar, Watcher, and Webmin.
It takes significant amount of time and effort to develop AtoMiC ToolKit. With the emergence of Docker and Docker compose, setting up a Docker-based media server is now significantly easier. This repo is no longer maintained. I recommend transitioning over to Docker.
Alternatively, you can check out DockSTARTer, which is an attempt to do what AtoMiC ToolKit does and more using Docker.
AtoMiC ToolKit (Automate your Media Center) is a tool that is developed by htpcBeginner.com and its community to simplify installing and managing apps / software on Ubuntu based HTPC, NAS, or Home Server setup. Essentially the AtoMiC ToolKit automates several processes and makes installing, uninstalling, backing up, restoring, resetting, and maintaining download server apps. It is written in bash.
We have put in several hundred hours of work into developing AtoMiC ToolKit. If it helped you please consider donating. All donations will be used only for AtoMiC ToolKit development.
Compatible with Latest Ubuntu and variants (Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Lubuntu) and Linux Mint. Development will focus mainly on compatibility with current Ubuntu\Debian\Raspbian releases. Testing has been mainly on Linux Mint 18.2 and Raspbian Jessie.
Features features of AtoMiC ToolKit include:
Note that AtoMiC ToolKit will be in continuous development. While extensive testing has been done, there may be errors or unexpected behaviors at times. Also, not all features have been implemented yet.
Please add new features and vote to help steer the direction of AtoMiC-ToolKit. Current requests and voting can be seen below.
Clone repository on any Debian or Ubuntu based distro and execute the setup.sh bash script file.
$ sudo apt-get install git $ sudo git clone https://github.com/htpcBeginner/AtoMiC-ToolKit /opt/AtoMiC-ToolKit $ cd /opt/AtoMiC-ToolKit $ sudo bash setup.sh
The setup script will configure AtoMiC ToolKit and after the initial setup will be accessible from anywhere by typing:
The script supports several command line arguments:
$ sudo bash setup.sh -[o]ption (appname)
-i appname or --install appname- Install an app
-u appname or --uninstall appname- Uninstall an app
-b appname or --backup appname- Backup the config file for an app
-r appname or --restore appname- Restore an app config file from backup
-m appname or --manualupdate appname- Manually update a specific app
-p appname or --passwordreset appname- Reset the password to an app
-a appname or --accessdetails appname- View the access details for an app
-x appname or --reverseproxy appname- Enable Reverse Proxy for an app
-t or --updatetoolkit- Update AtoMiC-ToolKit
-U or --updateall- Update Linux packages
$ sudo bash setup.sh -i couchpotato $ sudo bash setup.sh -U $ sudo bash --manualupdate sonarr
Access details have now been simplified and automated. Access details for each app can be obtained through the ToolKit Menus. It is recommended that you set / update usernames and password for all services.
The default location for stored backups is /opt/AtoMiC-ToolKit/backups. If you are transferring to a new machine, you should keep this folder so all the zips are available to restore later. You just need to copy it back, install the application again and restore the backup.
For more information on installation and usage, visit AtoMiC ToolKit page on on htpcBeginner.com.