|Operation Systems:||Linux, Mac OS X|
- Add Torrent: send a torrent file from website to rutorrent.
- Upload: upload a torrent file from command line to the site.
- Fetch: automatically/manually fetch files from seedbox to home-laptop.
- Other Tasks:
- Make: make a torrent file and copy it to local and remote watch directory.
- Send: send files from home-laptop to seedbox.
- Clean: remove files which are not seeded in rtorrent.
you can find more tools at here.
~/.saberrc configuration file from template.
See saber-addtorrent project.
Because of lacking APIs in major PT sites, so I write this small script to help uploading a torrent from cmdline. Good news is BTN v2.0 will include API. And BTN already has an official autobot which grabs scene releases. :)
Support sites: BIB, bB, STP
Support upload types: ebook, magazine
Manual fill <info-data>.yml file and upload it.
$ saber g magazine hello.pdf > create hello.yml $ edit hello.yml type: magazines title: Hello description: Hello World ... $ saber.bib upload pdf hello.yml > it opens a firefox browser > it fills data and submit it > upload complete
Auto fill <info-data>.yml file from ISBN.
$ saber g ebook hello.epub:1781100055 > create hello.yml
Start saber-server at server side.
$ saber server -V
Start saber-client at client side.
$ aria2c --enable-rpc --save-session session.lock -i session.lock $ saber client -V
Test if it works
(server) $ saber drb_add <rtorrent_file_hash_id> saber -V (client) > aria2 should begin download file from ftp://seedbox/bt/<file>
Automatically fetch: when a file is finished download in rutorrent with label 'saber', then it'll add to aria2.
Manually fetch: right click 'Saber Fetch' in rutorrent web ui, then it'll add to aria2.
Or from command line, send a download file to client:
saber drb_add <hash_id> saber, sometime the client need a long time(2 minutes) to recive the file list sent by server.
Begin fetch a file from seedbox
$ saber fetch foo > begin to download ftp://seedbox/bt/foo/a.epub via aria2 > begin to download ftp://seedbox/bt/foo/b.epub via aria2
Make a torrent
$ saber.bib make hello.epub > mktorrent -p -a ANNOUNCE_URL hello.epub > cp hello.epub.torrent ~/bt/watch > rsync -Phr hello.epub.torrent [email protected]:bt/watch
Send files to seedbox
$ saber send1 hello.epub bt > rsync -ahP hello.epub [email protected]:bt
Clean up unseeded files in rtorrent.
$ saber clean
saber help to list all tasks. use
saber help upload to find specific task help.
Main article: Install Saber
$ gem install saber
- Submit any bugs/features/ideas to github issue tracker.
Please see Contibution Documentation.
A list of Contributors.
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