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TRaSH Guides, Guides that aren't trash.

Here you will find guides mainly for Sonarr/Radarr/Bazarr and everything related to it.

How this all started

When I started using Sonarr/Radarr, I noticed that it didn't grab the releases that I wanted (I'm a bit picky about which releases and what quality I prefer). I decided to fine-tune my quality profile settings to try and get the releases and qualities I preferred. While on Discord, I noticed that others ran into the same issue, so I explained how I managed to solve this. Once I started having to explain more often, I decided to write it down and make it public so I could easily link to it when needed. After a while, I also decided to create guides for frequently asked questions and started to collect all kinds of information gathered from various sources. I try to make my guides as easy as possible for everyone to understand and, in my opinion, pictures often explain more than just some text.


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The information provided in the guides has been gathered from different sources such as support forums, Reddit, Discord, or the development teams themselves, and has been developed based on user input. I have tested and tuned most things with the ultimate goal being to have them in line with my, and sometimes others', needs.

All of the information provided in these guides, as well as in Discord or any guides-related mediums, is to be used at your own risk. I am not responsible if something happens to your setup or collection!

Special Thanks

  • iXNyNe aka nemchik for introducing me to the world of dockers with DockSTARTer, and helping me to learn the basics for it.
  • Roxedus for helping me with the transfer/conversion of my Github guides to MkDocs and making everything look great.