Deluge Bittorrent Client

As of 2006-11-08, this project may now be found at Deluge is a bittorrent client for Linux written in Python and GTK+. It uses libtorrent as a backend, and aims to bring a full-featured torrent client to Linux desktops. GNU General Public License version 2.0 (GPLv2) Get project updates, sponsored content from our select partners, … Continue reading “Deluge Bittorrent Client”

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Deluge is a bittorrent client for Linux written in Python and GTK+. It uses libtorrent as a backend, and aims to bring a full-featured torrent client to Linux desktops.

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This program might have the greatest torrent-streaming logic on Planet Earth, but I can confirm that the interface is deplorably hideous, stupid, inflexible and non-informative. The support is outdated and seemingly complacent, too. Next!

open source unlike utorrent and works faster than utorrent. Then why use utorrent?

This program is great. Its the utorrent of the future. Using de WebUI you can install it on any Linux server, its also the most user-friendly program. (You get all and only the things you need.)

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Studies Warming made Harveys deluge 3 times more likely

NEW ORLEANS Global warmings fingerprints were all over the record rainfall from Hurricane Harvey this year, confirming what scientists suspected, according to new research.

While scientists say man-made climate change didnt trigger Harvey, new studies calculate that a warmer, wetter world made it at least three times more likely that the stalled storm over Houston would flood the fourth most populous U.S. city. Researchers also said global warming often goosed aspects of two other destructive hurricanes this year, Irma and Maria.

Findings were discussed Wednesday at the American Geophysical Union meeting in New Orleans.

The Harvey studies used a combination of established and new techniques. An international team used computer simulations and decades of past observations to estimate the odds for the record rainfall that came with Harvey over a period of three days in August with and without global warming. By comparing those two, they concluded global warming tripled the likelihood for the deluge, which reached more than 50 inches in one location.

Based on Houstons weather history, researchers said a storm like Harvey would occur about once every 9,000 years.

Did climate change make this event more likely than in the past? Yes, said Karin van der Wiel of the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute.

Another study by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory used computer simulations to analyze Harveys downpours over a week and calculated that global warming increased rainfall by nearly 20 percent.

Kevin Trenberth of the National Center for Atmospheric Research linked Harveys downpours to the heat content in the ocean. Most of the heat trapped by greenhouse gases gets absorbed by oceans and that energy serves as fuel for hurricanes and other storms. The ocean heat content was record high in the Gulf of Mexico and elsewhere before Harvey hit. If it had been lower, there would have been much less rain, he said.

Changes in the jet stream the rivers of air that steer weather led to Harveys stalling over Houston, unleashing rain, said Kerry Emanuel of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology who presented two studies.

While Emanuel wouldnt directly blame climate change on Harvey, he said destructive hurricanes will be more likely in a warmer world.

I think this is a window into the future. I think nature is giving us a foretaste of the future, Emanuel said in an interview.

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I want to run deluge in tty3,4,5 . but when I type it there is, No display warning. Then I give top and there is no pid on deluge that is deluge is not running. How do I run it from CLI so that it keeps downloading the torrents?

Have you starteddeluged(thedelugedaemon) as a service? The command for running the client in CLI isdeluge-console.

This will install it, set up the daemon, and connect to its console:

sudo apt-get install deluge deluged deluge-console

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