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I have checked TransmissionBT, uTorrent, qBittorrent and Deluge. Some of them offer RSS support, Deluge has a plugin, but none of them seem to offer it via the web interface. I have a headless server so I absolutely need this to be in the web interface.

A potential option is if the daemon accepts GUI connections from a desktop that will allow me to configure RSS which will then run headless once I disconnect. I think Deluge could do remote GUI connections IIRC?

This is for Linux (Ubuntu Server 16.04 LTS).

  • There are paid bitorrent clients worth their name? I will consider anything. And yes, linux. – Maciej Swic Dec 11 '16 at 17:36
  • I don't know if there are – but in case of, that might be relevant :) – Izzy Dec 11 '16 at 18:04
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Eventually i went with Deluge. I installed YaRSS via the RPC client on PC which worked.

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