Deluge is a great BitTorrent client thanks to its very powerful options and wide array of plugins. A nice feature of Deluge is that besides the excellent Web UI, you can control the Deluge daemon running on your home server using Deluge’s UI. Think of it like this: you configure Deluge daemon on your home server by following our guide Install Deluge on Ubuntu Server … I'm curious
Deluge is an excellent, powerful and very popular BitTorrent client. There is a constant debate which BitTorrent client should be used, and in most cases it really comes down to personal preferences. On Linux the three most popular choices are Transmission, Deluge and rTorrent (with ruTorrent interface). All three are excellent choices, I recommend to try them out and see for yourself which one … I'm curious
It is strongly advised to route your torrent traffic over VPN connection to protect your online privacy. An excellent and advanced way of doing this is to route only selected traffic over the VPN connection called VPN Split Tunneling.
Configure Deluge Reverse Proxy nginx Linux to conveniently access your torrents on your home media server or NAS. When you are away from home then you can log in to your server and see the Deluge web interface. For ultimate convenience with your reverse proxy for people with dynamic IP addresses, use a free dynamic DNS service like AfraidDNS (guide for automating), DuckDNS… I'm curious
Deluge is a popular torrent client which several users have recommended to me. Deluge is cross-platform so runs on Windows, Mac and Linux. Deluge prides itself on being lightweight and having a modular plugin system to add extra useful features like labelling (useful for CouchPotato, Sonarr, SickRage and other automation software). Unlike Transmission it has proxy support so you can use it with proxy services … I'm curious