Linux Debian Deluge Torrent Client Quick Start
The Linux Tutorial Shows You How to Install the BitTorrent Client Deluge on Debian Squeeze-6/Wheezy-7/Jessie-8 i386/amd64 GNU+Linux Desktop.
Deluge is a Free & Open-Source BitTorrent Client for Linux that Features a Multiple UI: GTK+, web and console.
Deluge uses libtorrent in its Backend and it has been Designed using the Client-Server Model with a Daemon that Handle all the Torrents Activity.
The Deluge Daemon is able to Run on Headless Machines with the User-Interfaces being able to Connect Remotely from any Platform.
Deluge was created with the intention of being Lightweight and Unobtrusive so it does Not Monopolize the System Resources.
Deluge will work just fine with every Linux Desktops because we do our Best to adhere to the Freedesktop Standards.
Open a Shell Terminal Emulator Window
(Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)
Installing Deluge BitTorrent Client for Debian Linux
sudo apt-get install deluge
If Got “User is Not in Sudoers file” then see: How to Enable sudo
Then You can Start to Get & Share Torrents with Deluge on Debian! ;)
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