Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated works.You can use torrent clients to read RSS feeds and download certain torrents based on rules you specify.Navigate to this link and you will be prompted for credentials (see screenshot below). We will also, explain step by step what is the purpose of the every button. “Label” – If we want to customize our torrent label, we can use this option.“Torrent file” – If we have downloaded .torrent file, we will use this option to locate that file, and load it. After we select ‘Add file’ or ‘Add URL’, our torrent will start downloading just like in picture bellow: First, click on “Create New Torrent” button, and the popup window will show, like this: “Select Source” – Here we can determine a destination where our file is located.Please consult this tutorial for a more detailed overview of the syntax and usage examples (thanks to user drunkpitbull).
I got everything working, until I restart my NAS (DS210j). When I execute "ps aux | grep lighttpd" in the CLI I only get the /usr/syno/ version. If you mean S80lighttpd, I do have that (aswell as S99rtorrent). I can't seem to find anything related in the logs at the locations you mentioned. I'm not Linux savvy enough to know how the user rights work and if it may be the cause. This directory is, of course, inside a shared folder on the DS.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use ru Torrent and why it’s such a popular client in our niche.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use ru Torrent and why it’s such a popular client in our niche. The torrents can be loaded via two ways, via magnet link or via the .torrent file. Click on “Add New Torrent”, and you will get popup window like on picture below: “Directory” – The path where torrents will be downloaded.
This plugin is loaded in your ru Torrent by default and is the easiest way to use RSS-download torrents.
This article on ru Torrent's Github repository explains the process in detail.