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Radarr Telegram Bot

Bot which lets you or others add series to Radarr via the messaging service Telegram.

Contact @BotFather on Telegram to create and get a bot token.

Getting Started

Prerequisites

Installation

# Clone the repository
git clone https://github.com/nathan-owen/radarr-telegram-bot
# Install dependencies
cd radarr-telegram-bot
npm install
# Copy acl.json.template to acl.json
cp acl.json.template acl.json
# Copy config.json.template to config.json
cp config.json.template config.json

In config.json fill in the values below:

Telegram:

  • botToken your Telegram Bot token

Bot:

  • password the password to access the bot
  • owner your Telegram user ID. (you can fill this in later)
  • notifyId Telegram ID used for notifications. (optional; you can fill this in later)

Sonarr:

  • hostname: hostname where Radarr runs (required)
  • apiKey: Your API to access Radarr (required)
  • port: port number Radarr is listening on (optional, default: 5050)
  • urlBase: URL Base of Radarr (optional, default: empty)
  • ssl: Set to true if you are connecting via SSL (default: false)
  • username: HTTP Auth username (default: empty)
  • password: HTTP Auth password (default: empty)

Important note: Restart the bot after making any changes to the config.json file.

# Start the bot
node radarr.js

Usage (commands) Currently In Development. Below is hold over from Sonarr

First use

Send the bot the /auth command with the password you created in config.json

Adding a series

Send the bot a message with the series name

/q game of

The bot will reply with

Found 6 series:
1) Game of Crowns - 2014
2) Game of Thrones - 2011
3) Game of Silence
4) Game of Silence (TR) - 2012
5) The Genius Game - 2013
6) More Than A Game - The Story of Football

Use the custom keyboard to select the series.

The bot will ask you for the quality

Found 2 profiles:
1) SD 2) HD

Send the profile using the custom keyboard

The bot will ask you where the path you want the series to go

Found 2 folders:
1) /Television/Airing/
2) /Television/Archived/

Send the folder using the custom keyboard

Lastly, the bot will ask you which seasons you would like to monitor/download

Select which seasons to monitor:
1) future
2) all
3) none
4) latest
5) first

Send the monitor type using the custom keyboard

If everything goes well, you'll see a text from the bot saying the series was added.

Notifications

Sonarr can be setup to send notifications to a user or a group chat when new content is added.

  • In Sonarr go to Settings > Connect > + > Custom Script
  • In the Name field enter Telegram
  • In the Path field enter the full path to your node.js installation i.e. C:\Program Files\nodejs\node.exe
  • In the Arguments field enter the full path to sonarr_notify.js i.e C:\bots\telegram-sonarr-bot\sonarr_notify.js
  • Start the bot by running node sonarr.js
  • Open a new chat or group chat with the bot and type /cid
  • Note the Chat ID
  • Open config.json and enter the Chat ID next to notifyId
  • Restart the bot
  • The specified chat will now begin receiving notifications for newly added content

Additional commands

  • /upcoming shows upcoming episodes, has a day parameter, defaults to 3 days
  • /library search Sonarr library for existing shows
  • /help show available commands
  • /clear clear all previous commands and cache

Admin commands

  • /wanted search all missing/wanted episodes
  • /rss perform an RSS Sync
  • /refresh refreshes all series
  • /users list users
  • /revoke revoke user from bot
  • /unrevoke un-revoke user from bot
  • /cid gets current chat id

Docker

Alternatively you may use Docker to start the bot

docker run --name telegram-sonarr-bot \
  -e TELEGRAM_BOTTOKEN=
  -e BOT_PASSWORD=
  -e BOT_OWNER=
  -e BOT_NOTIFYID=
  -e BOT_MAXRESULTS=
  -e SONARR_HOST=
  -e SONARR_APIKEY=
  -e SONARR_PORT=
  -e SONARR_URLBASE=
  -e SONARR_SSL=
  -e SONARR_USERNAME=
  -e SONARR_PASSWORD=
  telegram-sonarr-bot

Prebuilt Docker image for this bot can be found here, thanks @subzero79

License

(The MIT License)

Copyright (c) 2015 Devin Buhl devin.kray@gmail.com

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining
a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the
"Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including
without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish,
distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to
permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to
the following conditions:

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be
included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND
NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE
LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION
OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION
WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.

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