Install and configure HTPC / Home Server applications automatically with AtoMiC Toolkit

It is popular that we use applications HTPC / Home Server to turn our televisions / computers into spectacular entertainment centers. These tools are basically an all-in-one entertainment system, which allows you to watch live HD television, watch movies (all formats), record television, play games, view videos / photos, and listen to music, among others. How there are multiple tools and in some cases the processes become a bit complex, a tool called AtoMiC Toolkit, that will help us enormously in the process of creating our Multimedia center.

Automate Your Media Center

Automate Your Media Center

What is AtoMiC Toolkit?

It is a tool made in Shell by the team of htpcBeginner, it allows you to install applications for HTPC, NAS and for the configuration of Home Server, quickly and automatically.

This excellent application kit automates the processes of installation, uninstallation, backups, restoration and maintenance of servers for downloads, as well as all the applications necessary to enjoy it.

Distributions where AtoMIC Toolkit works

AtoMic Toolkit It should work for any Debian or Ubuntu based distribution, it has been tested on: Debian, Ubuntu, Ubuntu Server, Linux Mint, Xubuntu, Lubuntu, Kubuntu, and others.

AtoMiC Toolkit Features

  • All features have been highly automated, user intervention is minimal.
  • The use of few commands, with verification in each of them.
  • Easy to use, designed for all types of users.
  • It allows to install, uninstall, change password, update, perform Backup / Restore.
  • Ability to Reset passwords in case it has been forgotten.
  • Proper use of permits for smooth operation.
  • Totally Free and free.

Applications that can be installed with the AtoMIC Toolkit

The applications that can be installed with this excellent tool are:

  • Sick Beard
  • SickRage
  • SickGear
  • Sonarr
  • Couchpotato
  • Transmission WebUI
  • qBittorrent WebUI
  • SABnzbd +
  • NZBGet
  • Headphones
  • Lazy Librarian
  • HTPC Manager
  • Mylar
  • Webmin
  • Planned - Plex
  • Deluge
  • ShellInABox
  • Emby
  • Monit
  • Apache
  • MySQL
  • nzbHydra
  • MusicBrainz
  • RTorrent / RUTorrent
  • among others that are planned to install shortly.

Install and use AtoMiC Toolkit

The installation of this Kit is quite simple, we must clone the official repository of the tool, following the following steps:

$ git clone ~ / AtoMiC-ToolKit $ cd ~ / AtoMiC-ToolKit $ sudo bash

The script will be executed and we will have several screenshots such as the following, you must select the user with whom you want to run the tool.


This excellent tool allows us to speed up a lot of time, it also prepares us to enjoy something that is very fashionable such as HTPC / Home Server. The entertainment has reached your distribution and it is convenient that we take advantage of it.

You can get more information about this tool in the official repository here.

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