For other platforms you will have to hunt around for complete packages. There are SABnzbd packages for the following platforms:
- Synology. See http://www.synocommunity.com/packages
- NMT such as HDX-1000 / Popcorn C200 / A200 (via CSI, see http://www.networkedmediatank.com/showthread.php?tid=64695 )
These packages are not available or supported on the SABnzbd pages and forums. If the installation or setup does not work, it is probably easier to get help on the specific platform forum.
No packages: install from source
If you can't find a package for your platform, you could try to install from sources, which is more difficult: you need to install software like Python, Cheetah and others first.
Many of these packages require a working GCC compiler installed on your platform!
Must-have Python modules
Optional Python modules
We recommend release 3.91Final or higher, up to 4.x.
Linux users should use the official 3.91 (or higher, up to 4.x) release from the RarLab site.
Of the package only the unrar part is free-ware!
There are many unrar binaries for other platforms:
InfoZip's unzip program.
We recommend the original version by Peter Brian Clements.
Official SourceForge archive
For some platforms (e.g. Centos 5.2) using the gcc4 compiler a patch is needed.
We provide the patched sources for your convenience.
Download original patch
There's an alternative version by Chuchusoft, supporting multi-core processors.
It is usable, but when comes to supporting accented characters in filenames, it is not compatible with the
original Clements version.
Open SSL for Windows
Most Unix and OSX systems have OpenSSL.
For Windows you normally have to do some extra effort.
However, when you install PyOpenSSL 0.11 (or higher), you will get a compatible OpenSSL too.
Download page for the last pyOpenSSL releases (on python.org)
Download page for pyOpenSSL 0.11 (on launchpad.net)
SQLite DLL for Windows
ActiveState's Python also includes sqlite3.dll.
Unfortunately this DLL has been compressed with the UPX tool.
Some virus scanners react very nervous whenever they encounter files that got the UPX treatment.
Therefore we replaced sqlite3.dll with the official binary of the SQLite project: