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Most lightweight torrent option

Post by Doctorbeefy »

I am looking for the most lightweight torrent software that I can use on dietpi. Does anyone have any recommendations? I don't need it to do anything but work with sonarr.

I am currently using qbittorrent but it seems to crash now after setting up NZBGet.

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Transmission viewtopic.php?f=8&t=5#p46
Deluge viewtopic.php?f=8&t=5&start=10#p61
qBitTorrent viewtopic.php?f=8&t=5&start=70#p2272
rTorrent viewtopic.php?f=8&t=5&p=2603#p2603
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Re: Most lightweight torrent option

Post by trendy »

transimission works fine with sonarr in my case and it is very light.
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Re: Most lightweight torrent option

Post by WarHawk »

You can use µTorrent (incredibly light torrent system) but it's not a standard DietPi package, it does have a remote webpage generated so you can control it thru a webbrowser
The discussion link below the download shows the deps needed for install

I would bet the setup for µTorrent would be very close to the same for rtorrent ... rutorrent/
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