I currently use Flexget to download torrent files from an rss feed. Flexget automatically saves each torrent in its subfolder, according to a set of rules and names it accordingly.
Now, what I want is have a torrent client where I can set it up so that when I doubleclick on a torrent, it removes the torrent and simply downloads the linked file to the location of the torrent file.
I've been poking around and haven't run across the info I'm looking for.
I'm looking for a Torrent Client that I can run on my file server. This is so I can wget a torrent file remotely and have the client run like a daemon so I don't have to be logged-in for the entire download.
Is it possible to get any of the torrent clients to do this?
I have a laptop which has windows 8.1 and Ubuntu 14.04LTS installed. Windows seeds the torrent back but Ubuntu doesn't. I have tried several client on Ubuntu but I got the same issue. It can Download the torrent but as soon as it downloaded it just spots and keep telling that connected peers 0/0. Can anybodí help me?
Actually, the new version of Slackware Linux 13.1 already released. But, here I just want to share the download link for the Sackware Linux 13.0. This is a torrent file, so you will need a torrent client to download this Slackware Linux 13.0.
I am using deluge Bit Torrent client on my Ubuntu PC. I have also started working on the same open source project and therefore i want to build and install another deluge from the source which i can tweak and change without it interfering with my original installation. Is there a possible way to do this ?