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qBittorrent Search plugins

torrent9 is a public french torrent search engine.

yggtorrent.to is a french semi-private tracker that specialises in high-quality, well-seeded torrents.

Installation

Torrent9

Download the plugin file or copy the following link.

After you've done this you can add this plugin to qBittorrent by going:

Search tab 🡪 Search Plugins 🡪 Install a new one
Local File then select the plugin file or Web Link then insert the link you copied.

Or by manually copying the yggtorrent.py to the following location:

  • Linux: ~/.local/share/data/qBittorrent/nova/engines/torrent9.py
  • Mac: ``~/Library/Application Support/qBittorrent/nova/engines/torrent9.py`
  • Windows: C:\Documents and Settings\username\Local Settings\Application Data\qBittorrent\nova\engines\torrent9.py

YggTorrent

Download the plugin file or copy the following link.

Because YggTorrent requires your login info, this plugin requires a bit more work than most.

  1. Firstly you'll need an account

  2. Then you need to put your login information directly into the plugin file:

You can do this by editing these specific lines (lineno. 40:56).

    # Login information ######################################################
    #
    # SET THESE VALUES!!
    #
    username = "YOUR USERNAME"
    password = "YOUR PASSWORD"
    ##########################################################################
    ...

Now replace the "YOUR USERNAME" and "YOUR PASSWORD" with your username and password, surrounded by quotation marks.
So if your username is foobar and your password is bazqux these lines should read:

    ...
    # SET THESE VALUES
    #
    username = "foobar"
    password = "bazqux"
    ...

After this is done you can follow the same steps as with the other plugin.

F.A.Q

  1. This plugin doesn't require my torrent pass, does this plugin provide personalized torrents?

Because the plugin logs you in for every search, this means that the torrent files you open using it are your personal ones. It's effectively no different than if you'd visit the site and download the torrent manually.

Thanks to MadeOfMagicAndWires for the README template