|# Centos 7.1|
|yum -y install wget|
|rpm -ivh nux-dextop-release-0-5.el7.nux.noarch.rpm|
|yum -y install deluge-web|
|systemctl start deluge-web|
|systemctl stop firewalld|
|### check it|
|yum install deluge-console|
|## with this extneions|
|Open the extension's options through Chrome's wrench menu and set your server's info|
|If just clicking a link doesn't add the torrent to your client, but downloads it locally to your disk, also look at the "Link Catching" tab in the settings page and consult this page for a short tutorial on how to fix it.|
First, I'm new to linux. I have this doubt, if you can explain me it will be very helpful for me in understanding dependencies and their resolution. Why you installed "nux-dextop-release-0-5.el7.nux.noarch.rpm" from li.nux.ro (if I'm not wrong it's a repository, correct me if I'm)? Because I had this dependency problem earlier when I tried installing deluge. But when I used your instructions it resolved all the dependencies automatically for me. So does this rpm file you installed on the first place was for resolving dependencies? If not then how can one work around with dependencies while installing a piece of software/application. Than You in advance.
As i just stumbled across this.
#1. Install EPEL followed by Nux Dextop which will allow us to install the deluge rpms # using yum yum install epel-release && rpm -iv \ http://li.nux.ro/download/nux/dextop/el7/x86_64/nux-dextop-release-0-5.el7.nux.noarch.rpm #2. Install deluge-web (the WebUI of deluge) which will take care of installing all the # stuff it depends on yum install deluge-web
So basically you install a repo (epel) to install a repo (nux) to install a package (deluge-web) which will install all its other packages (dependencies you are missing, from base/epel/nux) including deluge-common, deluge-daemon, yady yada...