Jackett running as root
I first started to use OpenFLIXR a few months ago, and am very pleased with what's been accomplished here. I still felt that there was a learning curve, but OpenFLIXR has helped bring everything together. What it didn't do for me, I've managed with tutorials online. I'd say the biggest challenge was getting all the components (Sonarr/Lidarr/Couchpotato) talking to the torrent/NZ/Jackett components.
I have not yet gotten Plex request/Tautulli working yet, but that's the final piece. Everything else appears to be humming along.
One of the final loose ends I had to clear up was Jackett running as root - I saw a warning when I first connected to Jackett. I finally got around to running it as openflixr, but had already configured a ton of indexers! Running as openflixr, all my configuration was gone!
I managed to track down the explanation for this: Configuration is stored under ~/config for a given user. If you started configuring Jackett as root and then moved over to running as openflixr, try running the following as root:
(cd ~/.config;tar -cf - Jackett) | ( cd ~openflixr/.config;tar -xvf - )
This will take root's Jackett configuration and copy it to openflixr. You'll want to also chown everything to openflixr. This will do the trick:
chown -R openflixr:openflixr ~openflixr/.config