I recommend checking the Drop Box QPKG first, but you can also download the file below.: Keep in mind to at least disable an existing Sick Beard app before proceeding – this is not required but recommended! If you have a rather large list of shows, then migrating your Sick Beard database might make sense.Now it’s time to start Sick Rage again in your QNAP’s App Center.
You will have duplicate downloads and you will possibly run into configuration issues in SABnzbd (if you use it).
It’s probably a good idea to disable Sick Beard during the installation process, but before you do so, it might be an idea to copy/print the settings of Sick Beard first as it might save you time during configuration of Sick Rage.
Sick Rage is a tool that allows you to automatically download TV-Series and it can run on several systems, including QNAP NAS devices.
For those that have used Sick Beard, Sick Rage (or: Sick Beard-TVRage) is derived from Sick Beard.
Git (Git Hub tool) allows you to clone the files of the latest version directly from Git Hub.
The advantage obviously being that you right away have the latest and greatest.
Downside would be less integration with the QNAP Web interface and more manual labor to get it done right.
A description how to do this can be found in the QNAP Forums.
In case your QNAP is running QTS older that version 4: please read this article on how to install a QPKG. Sick Rage developers however recommend starting with a fresh database, so if you can: start fresh and add each show.
Before we start copying the database: – Go to your Sick Beard web-interface and write down the number of shows and episodes (bottom left of the page that lists all shows).
It is said that you can use the config file of Sick Beard for Sick Rage. You can use a copy of your Sick Beard database for Sick Rage, but it is not recommended by the developers, and you should add shows manually and start from scratch.