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Manual Reference Pages  -  DELUGED (1)

NAME

deluged - a bittorrent client daemon

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
     General Options
     Daemon Options
     Logging Options
     Help Options
See Also
Authors

SYNOPSIS

deluged [options]

DESCRIPTION

Deluge utilizes a client/server model, with ’deluged’ being the daemon process and ’deluge’ being used to launch a user-interface.

By default, ’deluged’ will run as a daemon, to prevent this you can run deluged with the -d option. This option is useful for running deluged with the start-stop-daemon.

OPTIONS

    General Options

-c path, --config=path
  Set the config directory location.

    Daemon Options

-p port, --port=port
  Port daemon will listen on, default is 58846
-i ip_address, --interface=ip_address
  Interface daemon will listen for bittorrent connections on, this should be an IP address
-u ip_address, --ui-interface=ip_address
  Interface daemon will listen for UI connections on, this should be an IP address
-d, --do-not-daemonize
  Do not daemonize
-P file, --pidfile=file
  Use pidfile to store process id

    Logging Options

-l file, --logfile=file
  Output to designated logfile instead of stdout
-L loglevel, --loglevel=loglevel
  Set the log level (default is error): none, info, warning, error, critical, debug
-q, --quiet
  Sets the log level to ’none’, same as ‘-L none‘

    Help Options

-v, --version
  Show program’s version number and exit.
-h, --help
  Show help message and exit.

SEE ALSO

deluge(1), deluge-web(1), deluge-console(1)

AUTHORS

Deluge Team: http://www.deluge-torrent.org
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1.3.12 DELUGED (1) September 2015

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