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#3107 WorksForMe Some torrents can't be renamed oxguy3

There's a few torrents in my server (just 2 out of hundreds) that refuse to be renamed. When I type in a new name and hit enter, it simply never updates, and remains with the old name.

Here are magnet links for the torrents I'm having issue with:



I'm running deluged 1.3.12 with libtorrent on Fedora 22, and connecting with the GTK client version 1.3.14 on Mac OS X 10.10.5.

#3105 Fixed Deluge Web-UI not accepting BASE input seanvree


Windows 10E x64 1703 Windows 10P x64 CU Windows 10P x32 CU

Python 2.7.13

Deluge Versions: 2.13.15 3.13.14


Issue: Deluge Web-UI will not serve the webui GUI if BASE is defined via web.conf AND/OR via the console "deluge-web-debug.exe -base /deluge/"

Background: I've been dealing with this for a couple years. I've NEVER got it to work correctly. At first I thought it was my webserver, but I quickly found out that I couldn't even access the WebUI if I circumvented the webserver via locahost:8112/DELUGE .

Things I've tried:

  • setting base path in webui.conf
  • Setting base path in webui.conf AND running the console w/ -base defined.
  • running console with - base defined and base defined web.conf as "" or "/"

no combination works. no errors in the console output, however, the webui is actually listening on port 8112.

Suggestion: I'm assuming there is a problem with how python interprets the BASE input. There is probably a missing and/or outdated package that is needed. However, I have tested BASE path with several other python-based applications, such as Headphones, or PlexPy?, and they work.

#3093 WontFix Speed regulation ignored. loput

When download speed limit is set to be more than about 4100KB/s, it gets completely ignored and speed is maxed out. Even after setting it back to 4100, it's ignored until deluge is restarted.

Client: 1.3.15


Linux 4.11.9-1-ARCH #1 SMP PREEMPT x86_64

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