The all-in-one alternative for Sonarr, Radarr, Jackett... with a VPN and running in docker
Bobarr is a movies and tv shows collection manager for BitTorrent users. It uses themoviedb.org to search movies and tv shows to add to your library. Then it searches into your favorites torrent trackers the best match and downloads it for you through a VPN.
This is a beta release!
One of the main idea for bobarr is to be simple to setup, simple to use and having everything at the same place. You don't have to choose a torrent client, to setup a VPN, to setup radarr, sonarr, then jackett and connect them all together.
It's also built from scratch and it will try to solve long term problem like download multiple qualities and keep them or managing tv shows and movies at the same place. You can follow the roadmap to check what next features are implemented.
And to have something with a better UI, less configuration and faster 🚀
Run the installation script and follow the instructions:
curl -o- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/iam4x/bobarr/master/scripts/install.sh | bash
docker-compose.yml and look for
./library to the folder where your (
As example, having:
The line should be:
There are two way to start bobarr stack, first without VPN:
$ ./bobarr.sh start
If you want to enforce all torrent traffic through a VPN:
packages/vpn name it
$ ./bobarr.sh start:vpn
$ ./bobarr.sh start:wireguard
http://flaresolverr:8191 in jackett configuration
The only requirement is to have a folder
tvshows and a folder
movies then bobarr can catch up and download to your user defined library folder.
If your movies or tvshow folder have a different name, you can edit
.env file with your folder names:
You can now head to http://localhost:3000 and hit that "Scan library folder" button.
You can stop the whole bobarr stack with:
$ ./bobarr.sh stop
Check the CHANGELOG and update your
.env if needed with new variables added.
$ ./bobarr.sh update
$ ./bobarr.sh start
Clone the repository and then you can run bobarr API and Web UI in dev watch mode and display logs with:
$ yarn dev