📂 Click Here - Sign up for Google's Suite for Business - Unlimited Space
📂 Click Here - NZB's with from NewsHost - PG Members Receive a 58% Discount
Table of Contents
Deluge is a fully-featured cross-platform BitTorrent client. It is Free Software, licensed under the GNU GPLv3+ and adheres to freedesktop standards enabling it to work across many desktop environments. Deluge contains the common features to BitTorrent clients such as Protocol Encryption, DHT, Local Peer Discovery (LSD), Peer Exchange (PEX), UPnP, NAT-PMP, Proxy support, Web seeds, global and per-torrent speed limits. As Deluge heavily utilises the libtorrent library it has a comprehensive list of the features provided.
2. Access Information
|traefik**||deluge:8112||Only for Internal App-to-App Communication|
|https||deluge.domain.com||Traefik must be Deployed; Remote Servers|
|http||domain.com:8112||Poor Security Practice - Stop with PG Port Guard|
|http||ipv4:8112||Ideal Only for Local Servers|
** Ideal for Apps to communicate between with one another. Click Here for more info!
3. Configuration Information
NOTE: Starting with v8.1, plexguide will autoconfigure the paths, categories, and some essential settings by default.
Change default password
Immediately after installing Deluge via Plexguide, log in using the default password “deluge”. Go to the preferences pane and under “Interface” change the password to something new and remember it!
Deluge will automatically download your torrents to the /downloaded (/mnt/deluge/downloaded) folder and from there Radarr/Sonarr will automatically import the files and transfer them to the UnionFS service and RClone will move them to your Google Drive.
Default Paths (configured automatically)
Incase you are upgrading or change the paths and it's causing problems, here are the default paths to assist you! Categories do not need to specify a path, by default it uses downloadPath/categoryName when not set!
|Temporary Download Folder||/mnt/incomplete/deluge|
|Completed Download Folder||/mnt/downloads/deluge|
|Saved Torrents Folder||/mnt/torrent|
|Torrent Watch Folder||/mnt/torrent/watch|
You will want to enable the “Label” Plugin for compatibility with Sonarr/Radarr and other managers. If you download from torrent sites that provide “rar” style split media you may also want to install the “Extractor” plugin and check the box “Create torrent name sub-folder”. Be sure the extract path is /mnt/downloads/deluge and not /mnt/incomplete/deluge
- Queue: Check “Queue new torrents to top
- Encryption: Set Inbound/Outbound to “Forced”
- Network: Uncheck “Peer Exchange”, “LSD”, and “DHT”
NONE SO FAR