This script is used to install Deluge in one click. This script is designed for the begineers and the people who are not friendly with the command line interface.
I have made this script and tested it on Ubuntu 16.04 and Ubuntu 16.10, and it works perfectly. Deluge BitTorrent 1.3.14 For WebUI, Deluge 1.3.14 contains a settle for CSRF defenselessness that has the genuine potential to bargain your machine. For Windows client, the bundle now incorporates libtorrent 1.0.11 which ought to settle crashing on startup.
For GitHub link: https://github.com/mrtejaslol/deluge
Fixed ‘Too many files open’ errors. Added support for python Too many files open’ errors. Added support for python-geoip for use with libtorrent 1.1 Fixed a single proxy entry being overwritten resulting in no proxy set. Add missed feature autofill infohash entry from clipboard. Backport bind interface option for server. Security:Fixed WebUI CSRF Vulnerability. [Console] Fix decode error comparing non-ascii (str) torrent name. Remove duplicate magnet extension when splitting.
The new release has been made into the official PPA, accessible for Ubuntu 12.04, Ubuntu 14.04, Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 16.10, Ubuntu 17.04, Linux Mint 13, 17, 18, and their subordinates.
Note: ‘apt’ package manager is used in this script. If someone does not trust ‘apt’ replace apt with ‘apt-get’.
For installing deluge using this script, first, open terminal and cd to the directory where the script is present
Type chmod 755 deluge.sh and press enter
Now run the script using ./deluge.sh