New instal no gui

no respons on http://localhost:8989

Prowmox WM with debian 12

did you make sure to start your terminal and enter?:

sudo systemctl enable --now sonarr

yes. its running.

^[[Asturle@debiansudo service sonarr status
â—Ź sonarr.service - Sonarr Daemon
Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/sonarr.service; enabled; preset: enabl>
Active: active (running) since Sun 2024-01-28 20:56:07 CET; 32s ago
Main PID: 3027 (Sonarr)
Tasks: 12 (limit: 2307)
Memory: 52.8M
CPU: 3.090s
CGroup: /system.slice/sonarr.service
└─3027 /opt/Sonarr/Sonarr -nobrowser -data=/var/lib/sonarr/

jan. 28 20:56:09 debian Sonarr[3027]: at Sonarr.Http.ClientSchema.SchemaBuil>
jan. 28 20:56:09 debian Sonarr[3027]: at NzbDrone.Host.Bootstrap.<>c__Displa>
jan. 28 20:56:09 debian Sonarr[3027]: at Microsoft.Extensions.Hosting.Hostin>
jan. 28 20:56:09 debian Sonarr[3027]: at Microsoft.Extensions.Hosting.Intern>
jan. 28 20:56:09 debian Sonarr[3027]: at Microsoft.Extensions.Hosting.HostBu>
jan. 28 20:56:09 debian Sonarr[3027]: at Microsoft.Extensions.Hosting.HostBu>
jan. 28 20:56:09 debian Sonarr[3027]: at NzbDrone.Host.Bootstrap.Start(Strin>
jan. 28 20:56:09 debian Sonarr[3027]: at NzbDrone.Console.ConsoleApp.Main(St>
jan. 28 20:56:09 debian Sonarr[3027]: Press enter to exit…
jan. 28 20:56:10 debian Sonarr[3027]: Non-recoverable failure, waiting for user>
lines 1-20/20 (END)…skipping…
â—Ź sonarr.service - Sonarr Daemon
Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/sonarr.service; enabled; preset: enabled)
Active: active (running) since Sun 2024-01-28 20:56:07 CET; 32s ago
Main PID: 3027 (Sonarr)
Tasks: 12 (limit: 2307)
Memory: 52.8M
CPU: 3.090s
CGroup: /system.slice/sonarr.service
└─3027 /opt/Sonarr/Sonarr -nobrowser -data=/var/lib/sonarr/

jan. 28 20:56:09 debian Sonarr[3027]: at Sonarr.Http.ClientSchema.SchemaBuilder.Initialize(IContainer container) in ./Sonarr.Http/ClientSchema/SchemaBuilder.cs:lin>
jan. 28 20:56:09 debian Sonarr[3027]: at NzbDrone.Host.Bootstrap.<>c__DisplayClass3_0.b__2(IContainer c) in ./Sonarr.Host/Bootstrap.cs:li>
jan. 28 20:56:09 debian Sonarr[3027]: at Microsoft.Extensions.Hosting.HostingHostBuilderExtensions.<>c__DisplayClass10_01.<ConfigureContainer>b__0(HostBuilderCont> jan. 28 20:56:09 debian Sonarr[3027]: at Microsoft.Extensions.Hosting.Internal.ConfigureContainerAdapter1.ConfigureContainer(HostBuilderContext hostContext, Objec>
jan. 28 20:56:09 debian Sonarr[3027]: at Microsoft.Extensions.Hosting.HostBuilder.CreateServiceProvider()
jan. 28 20:56:09 debian Sonarr[3027]: at Microsoft.Extensions.Hosting.HostBuilder.Build()
jan. 28 20:56:09 debian Sonarr[3027]: at NzbDrone.Host.Bootstrap.Start(String[] args, Action`1 trayCallback) in ./Sonarr.Host/Bootstrap.cs:line 80
jan. 28 20:56:09 debian Sonarr[3027]: at NzbDrone.Console.ConsoleApp.Main(String[] args) in ./Sonarr.Console/ConsoleApp.cs:line 45
jan. 28 20:56:09 debian Sonarr[3027]: Press enter to exit…
jan. 28 20:56:10 debian Sonarr[3027]: Non-recoverable failure, waiting for user intervention…
~

go to /var/lib/sonarr/logs and grab your logs and then post them. Please use a pastebin site for them.

like this? 2024-01-28 17:39:01.6|Info|Bootstrap|Starting Sonarr - /opt/Sonarr/Sonarr - Vers - Pastebin.com

Looks good

Did you find out why it dosent work?

Unfortunately your logs aren’t loading, pastebin isn’t the best choice due to a variety of issues, but the wiki page (in the template when you opened this threadt) on logging has some recommendations.

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Hey there, I’m having the same issue as OP.

Sonarr seems to be running, but nothing will show up in the port 8989. I’m on Debian 11 (raspberry pi os to be more precise). Other services like Radarr and Jellyfin, which were also just installed show their webUI just fine, but Sonarr, for some reason, doesn’t.

I just checked the logs, and there seems to be an SQL error, saying SQL logic error, the exact same one that OP is getting.

OP, did you fix your issue? Or is it some sort of bug in the current version?

It appears that the version of SQLite installed is too old for Sonarr to use. You’ll want to start with upgrading it, but you may need to install it from a separate repo than the one included with Debian by default.

sqlite --version will print the current installed SQLite version.

did a fresh start, and updatet from here:
https://www.sqlite.org/download.html

sqlite3 --version
3.45.1 2024-01-30 16:01:20 e876e51a0ed5c5b3126f52e532044363a014bc594cfefa87ffb5b82257cc467a (64-bit)

dident help