AtoMiC ToolKit October 2015: Headphones and Mylar

Our famous AtoMiC ToolKit, which automates the installation and maintenance of home server software such as couchpotato, sickbeard, newsgrabbers, and torrent clients, can now handle Headphones and Mylar. We have added the following new features: Headphones installer and uninstaller, and Mylar installer and uninstaller.

What are Headphones and Mylar

If you do not know what Headphones and Mylar are then here is a quick excerpt from their GitHub pages:

Headphones is an automated music downloader for NZB and Torrent, written in Python. It supports SABnzbd, NZBget, Transmission, µTorrent and Blackhole.

Mylar is an automated Comic Book (cbr/cbz) downloader program heavily-based on the Headphones template and logic (which is also based on Sick-Beard).

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AtoMiC ToolKit with Headphones and Mylar

Many users wanted Mylar and Headphones support. Thanks to GitHub users carrigan98 and PREngineer for their contributions. You now can install Headphones, uninstall Headphones, install Mylar, and uninstall Mylar using AtoMiC ToolKit.

Atomic Toolkit With Headphones And Mylar Support
Atomic Toolkit With Headphones And Mylar Support

In future, we will try to add more features including backup and restore.

Get AtoMiC ToolKit

Our AtoMiC ToolKit page describes everything you need to know about it and how to get started. Best of all, it is FREE!. Here is a video that shows how AtoMiC ToolKit makes installation and maintenance of home server software a cakewalk.

Feature Requests and Bugs

If you have feature request, suggestions, would like support, or have bugs to report, head over to AtoMiC ToolKit section on our Support Forum and post your issue.

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