How to use RSS on Deluge using YaRSS2 plugin

In this how to guide we will show you how to use RSS on Deluge in combination with YaRSS2 plugin.

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1) The first thing you need to do is to connect to your Deluge web-ui. Then go to “Preferences” then “Plugins” tab. Select “YaRSS2” and click the install button.


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2) When you click “Install” new window will be opened and it will ask you to add “Plugin Egg” . “Plugin Egg” is version “YaRSS2” plugin based on “Python” version that you are using. So to find out your “Python” version you need to connect to your “ssh/root” and type in this comand “python –version” .

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3) When you get your “Python” version then you need to go to this website: and download “Plugin Egg” for version of “Python” that you have.


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4) After you download your “Plugin Egg” you need to go back to your “Deluge web-ui” and add it to install path.

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5) After the plugin is installed close your “Deluge web-ui” and connect to your remote desktop and go to “Applications => Internet => Deluge“. This will open your Deluge thin client, you need to use it because “YaRSS2” is not compatible with Deluge web-ui


6) When you open Deluge you need to add your Feed that you will use, to do that go to “Preferances => YaRSS2 => RRS Feed => Add Feed

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7) Enter a “RSS Feed name” and the “RSS Feed URL” for your feed then click Save button.

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8) Next you need to click on the Subscription Tab then click Add Subscription New window will appear where you need to enter a name, select the feed you just added, and enter any filters you want. When you finish all that click Save button.

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9) Now under the Subscriptions list, right-click the subscription you just made and click Run this subscription and click OK.

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10) Now, you will notice that your torrents will begin downloading. And also, when you finish configuring your RSS feed, you can use your Deluge web-UI to check the status of torrents, or you can continue using your Deluge over the remote desktop; either way, Happy Seeding/Downloading 🙂


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About author Diego Asturias

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Diego Asturias is a tech journalist who translates complex tech jargon into engaging content. He has a degree in Internetworking Tech from Washington DC, US, and tech certifications from Cisco, McAfee, and Wireshark. He has hands-on experience working in Latin America, South Korea, and West Africa. He has been featured in SiliconANGLE Media, Cloudbric, Pcwdld, Hackernoon, ITT Systems, SecurityGladiators, Rapidseedbox, and more.

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