Downpour - web-based BitTorrent client
December 25, 2009 9:45 PM   Subscribe

Downpour - web-based BitTorrent client
Downpour is a web-based BitTorrent client built with media centers in mind. It supports auto-downloading from RSS feeds and automatic importing and renaming of downloads into a media library, making it ideal for use on a home media server.

Code and additional resources on my Launchpad page
posted by chundo (8 comments total) 3 users marked this as a favorite

I should add it only runs on Linux at the moment, though Windows support is on the way.
posted by chundo at 8:04 AM on December 26, 2009

This looks really interesting, but what's the relationship between this project and Deluge? The name and logo seem quite similar.
posted by contraption at 10:14 AM on December 26, 2009

(I run Deluge currently, and if this has the same featureset plus that nice-looking web ui I'm installing it on my server as soon as I get home, maybe sooner.)
posted by contraption at 10:18 AM on December 26, 2009

No relationship, though I believe Deluge uses the same backend library (libtorrent).
posted by chundo at 10:35 AM on December 26, 2009

Will it compile under OSX?
posted by ChurchHatesTucker at 8:01 AM on January 11, 2010

I haven't tried, but I don't see why not - all of those python libraries are available on OSX.

The web interface on the last release has a pretty bad CPU usage problem right now - try the SVN snapshot if you try to install it.
posted by chundo at 8:21 AM on January 18, 2010

New release, 0.2. Get it while it's hot. Big performance improvements, lots of little bug fixes, and added the ability to bind to a specific network interface under Linux (hello Swedish VPN!)
posted by chundo at 9:57 AM on December 21, 2010

Also, much easier to install.
posted by chundo at 10:50 AM on December 21, 2010

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