About this article
This article covers the installation of Readarr within the QuickBox environment. If you are unsure about what Readarr is, or if you are not sure it fits your needs, please refer to the Readarr Quick Reference article for links and more about what Readarr aims to achieve.
Install Readarr from the Dashboard
- Login to your Dashboard at
- Navigate to your Apps Dashboard and click on the Application Management tab.
- Click on the Install button for Readarr.
- You’re done! Once the install completes the page will reload with the relevant entries on your Dashboard.
Install Readarr from CLI
- Login to your server via ssh.
- Once logged into your server type
sudo su -or
sudo -ifollowed by hitting enter on your keyboard. This properly elevates your bash environment for running
- Once your bash is elevated you can now type
qb install readarr USERNAME(where USERNAME is your actual username within your QuickBox install).
- You’re done! On completion the relevant information for ports and access link will be posted.
After installing Readarr
It is advised as best practice to set up the built-in Authentication within any applications that offer them. As a courtesy, the QuickBox install will stage standard browser based authentication until this is done, once an applications provided Authentication is setup the provided browser authentication by QuickBox can be easily disabled.
Set up Authentication
Once you have Readarr installed you will want to login and set up the provided Authentication for added security.
- Login to your Readarr install and navigate to Settings > General.
- In the Security section select from the Authentication dropdown Forms (Login Page)
- Enter your desired username and password (these details do not have to be the same as your QuickBox credentials, however, best practice is to at least make the password different)
- Hit the Save Changes icon in the top left to save.
In the same Security section as posted above, opt to change the Certificate Validation dropdown from Enabled to Disabled for Local Addresses. This will ensure any other applications on the server will have no issues communicating with Readarr over SSL([https://][:443]) on the localhost.