ARMBand an easily configured Home Media Server
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Hi all, 

I'm working on a Home Media Server project for automate the process of downloading series and movies and organize your media library. 
The project will easy the process of deployment a lot of great existing projects out there for a home server / personal cloud such as Plex, Emby, Radarr, CouchPotato, onwCLoud, ...

If you're interested in making a RockPro64 a Media Server, say hello to ARMBand. Big Grin

The underling Bits:

ARMBand is a fork of Cloudbox for the arm64 architecture. Cloudbox can configure a impressive list of services for home media server without much user work envolved but only supports amd64 architecture. Cloudbox uses Ansible to configure media server related services using Docker containers.  Ansible is an infrastructure automation technology (like Puppet and Chef, but much more easily to start playing with).

Porting Cloudbox to arm64 basically envolves changing Ansible recipes to use arm64 based docker images, fork docker images and adapt scripts to download arm64 packages.
 
If anyone is interested in contributing in development or testing drop me a msg, ok? 

Thanks.

Main Project:
https://github.com/dibrz/ARMBand

Cloudbox Wiki:
https://github.com/Cloudbox/Cloudbox/wiki
https://github.com/dibrz/ARMBand easily maintain an ARM64 media server
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(08-08-2018, 06:47 AM)gabrielsr Wrote: Hi all, 

I'm working on a Home Media Server project for automate the process of downloading series and movies and organize your media library. 
The project will easy the process of deployment a lot of great existing projects out there for a home server / personal cloud such as Plex, Emby, Radarr, CouchPotato, onwCLoud, ...

If you're interested in making a RockPro64 a Media Server, say hello to ARMBand. Big Grin

The underling Bits:

ARMBand is a fork of Cloudbox for the arm64 architecture. Cloudbox can configure a impressive list of services for home media server without much user work envolved but only supports amd64 architecture. Cloudbox uses Ansible to configure media server related services using Docker containers.  Ansible is an infrastructure automation technology (like Puppet and Chef, but much more easily to start playing with).

Porting Cloudbox to arm64 basically envolves changing Ansible recipes to use arm64 based docker images, fork docker images and adapt scripts to download arm64 packages.
 
If anyone is interested in contributing in development or testing drop me a msg, ok? 

Thanks.

Main Project:
https://github.com/dibrz/ARMBand

Cloudbox Wiki:
https://github.com/Cloudbox/Cloudbox/wiki


Guys, I need some help.

I installed the linux version below:
https://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/ROCKPr....5B5.90.5D

I installed the latest Ansible:
Code:
     sudo apt update
     sudo apt install software-properties-common
     sudo apt-add-repository --yes --update ppa: ansible / ansible
     sudo apt install ansible


And I'm trying to install the latest CloudBox:
https://github.com/Cloudbox/Cloudbox/wiki
or
https://github.com/Cloudbox/Cloudbox

When trying to install the CloudBox, I came across the following problem:
Code:
TASK [settings : Start | Install ruamel.yaml] ************************************************************************************************************************
fatal: [localhost]: FAILED! => {"changed": false, "msg": "Unable to find any of pip3 to use.  pip needs to be installed."}
    to retry, use: --limit @/home/eduapof/Downloads/CloudBox/Cloudbox-master/cloudbox.retry

PLAY RECAP ************************************************************************************************************


What should I do? Help!
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(07-21-2019, 06:48 PM)eduapof Wrote:
(08-08-2018, 06:47 AM)gabrielsr Wrote: Hi all, 

I'm working on a Home Media Server project for automate the process of downloading series and movies and organize your media library. 
The project will easy the process of deployment a lot of great existing projects out there for a home server / personal cloud such as Plex, Emby, Radarr, CouchPotato, onwCLoud, ...

If you're interested in making a RockPro64 a Media Server, say hello to ARMBand. Big Grin

The underling Bits:

ARMBand is a fork of Cloudbox for the arm64 architecture. Cloudbox can configure a impressive list of services for home media server without much user work envolved but only supports amd64 architecture. Cloudbox uses Ansible to configure media server related services using Docker containers.  Ansible is an infrastructure automation technology (like Puppet and Chef, but much more easily to start playing with).

Porting Cloudbox to arm64 basically envolves changing Ansible recipes to use arm64 based docker images, fork docker images and adapt scripts to download arm64 packages.
 
If anyone is interested in contributing in development or testing drop me a msg, ok? 

Thanks.

Main Project:
https://github.com/dibrz/ARMBand

Cloudbox Wiki:
https://github.com/Cloudbox/Cloudbox/wiki


Guys, I need some help.

I installed the linux version below:
https://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/ROCKPr....5B5.90.5D

I installed the latest Ansible:
Code:
     sudo apt update
     sudo apt install software-properties-common
     sudo apt-add-repository --yes --update ppa: ansible / ansible
     sudo apt install ansible


And I'm trying to install the latest CloudBox:
https://github.com/Cloudbox/Cloudbox/wiki
or
https://github.com/Cloudbox/Cloudbox

When trying to install the CloudBox, I came across the following problem:
Code:
TASK [settings : Start | Install ruamel.yaml] ************************************************************************************************************************
fatal: [localhost]: FAILED! => {"changed": false, "msg": "Unable to find any of pip3 to use.  pip needs to be installed."}
    to retry, use: --limit @/home/eduapof/Downloads/CloudBox/Cloudbox-master/cloudbox.retry

PLAY RECAP ************************************************************************************************************


What should I do? Help!
sudo apt-get install pip3 I guess

pip3 being the pyhton3 package manager pip being python2

Personally I would just use the OMV images make sure OMV-extras is installed and it has everything + more
OMV is far more than just NAS its just a brilliant server webgui with docker and a whole collection of media containers and utils
Dunno why its so strongly marketed as NAS and not just a complete modular server system

https://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/ROCKPr...5B0.8.3.5D
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