|Version 33 (modified by markybob, 5 years ago)|
Deluge 1.0 FAQ
- How to start the various user-interfaces
- I started "deluge" but i don't see the gtk-ui
- Why is deluge still listed in my system tray even after I close it ?
- How do I start the daemon ?
- How do I start the daemon with logging to console ?
- I can't connect to the daemon from another machine
- I upgraded from 0.5 and plugin x is missing
- How do I install 1.0 ?
- How do I install 1.0 SVN ?
- The files tab shows a different percentage-completed than the torrent
How to start the various user-interfaces
deluge --ui gtk
deluge --ui null
deluge --ui web
Go to http://localhost:8112/ default-password = "deluge"
I started "deluge" but i don't see the gtk-ui
The deluge command remembers the last interface it started. Be explicit and type one of the full "deluge -u <interface>" commands listed above.
Why is deluge still listed in my system tray even after I close it ?
You closed the gtk user-interface but you did not close the daemon. Choose "Quit & Shutdown Daemon" to close both Daemon and gtk-ui.
How do I start the daemon ?
How do I start the daemon with logging to console ?
I can't connect to the daemon from another machine
- Configure the daemon to allow remote connections
- Restart the daemon.
Note: do not do this on a public ip , use the webui for unsecure networks.
I upgraded from 0.5 and plugin x is missing
1.0 is a rewrite, all old 0.5 plugins have to be rewritten.
How do I install 1.0 ?
How do I install 1.0 SVN ?
First you need to install the necessary dependencies. In Ubuntu and Debian, do this:
$ sudo apt-get install g++ make python-all-dev python-all python-dbus python-gtk2 python-notify python-setuptools librsvg2-common python-xdg python-support subversion libboost-dev libboost-python-dev libboost-iostreams-dev libboost-thread-dev libboost-date-time-dev libboost-filesystem-dev libboost-serialization-dev libssl-dev zlib1g-dev Next you need to get the latest revision from SVN and build/install it:
$ svn co http://svn.deluge-torrent.org/trunk $ cd deluge $ sudo rm -fr /usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/deluge-* $ sudo rm -fr ./build $ python setup.py build $ sudo python setup.py install
If you have already checked the source out and simply want to update your current tree, then do the following in the deluge directory:
$ svn up
The files tab shows a different percentage-completed than the torrent
The files tab will only show percentages based on completed pieces while the main view will show total completed including incomplete pieces.