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Radarr Where is radarr config file?

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rcarteraz

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Radarr has for some reason stopped allowing me to login. I use lastpass so I know the password is right. I had the same issue with sonarr but was still able to get in on my phone so changed the password and issue is resolved. No such luck with radarr though. I understand I can remove the auth info from the config file and then set it up again. I just don't know where the config file is. I've done some digging but can't find it. A point in the right direction would be great.

Thanks!
 

spokodude

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This doesn't solve anything for me. I'm simply having the same issue he had. There is no fix. I have edited both my files in those locations and it continues to ask me for a login.
 

Datamonkeh

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Assuming you edited the config, presumably you then restarted the container? As to being no fix, it worked for op and it works for everyone else.
 

Datamonkeh

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Humour me here, force it to reload the page rather than using cache, for the avoidance of doubt, that's not the same as hitting refresh.
 

Edrock200

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Nov 17, 2019
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On your host
sudo docker stop sonarr (or radarr)
cd /opt/appdata/sonarr (/opt/appdata/radarr for radarr)
sudo nano config.xml
Look for
<AuthenticationMethod>Forms</AuthenticationMethod> or <AuthenticationMethod>Basic</AuthenticationMethod>

And chang it to: <AuthenticationMethod>None</AuthenticationMethod>

Save the file
Then
sudo docker start sonarr (or radarr)
 

spokodude

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Dec 23, 2018
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On your host
sudo docker stop sonarr (or radarr)
cd /opt/appdata/sonarr (/opt/appdata/radarr for radarr)
sudo nano config.xml
Look for
<AuthenticationMethod>Forms</AuthenticationMethod> or <AuthenticationMethod>Basic</AuthenticationMethod>

And chang it to: <AuthenticationMethod>None</AuthenticationMethod>

Save the file
Then
sudo docker start sonarr (or radarr)
Have done this as well as actually sshing into the docker container for sonarr and checking that config.xml.
I did it again just now and it continues to want a browser popup login.
 

Edrock200

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Nov 17, 2019
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Radarr has for some reason stopped allowing me to login. I use lastpass so I know the password is right. I had the same issue with sonarr but was still able to get in on my phone so changed the password and issue is resolved. No such luck with radarr though. I understand I can remove the auth info from the config file and then set it up again. I just don't know where the config file is. I've done some digging but can't find it. A point in the right direction would be great.

Thanks!
For spokodude seemed to be an issue with comcast which has since been resolved. Did you get your radarr issue resolved?
 
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