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    autodl-irssi screenshots/videos for trackers

    Post here screenshots/video tutorial for setting up autodl-irssi on trackers

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    Registering a Nickname for autodl-irssi

    If you haven't registered your BHD username on IRC already the process is a bit more complicated. (there will be a tutorial later on for this)
    If you intend to chat as well as autodl please follow the instructions on grouping your username with your bot

    1) Connect to BHD's IRC network with any IRC client.

    2) Issue the command /nick BHDUsername|autodl where BHDUsername is your username on BHD. in my case I would issue /nick r3ko|autodl

    3) Register the BHDUsername|autodl with /msg Nickserv register [ircpassword] [email address] where BHDUsername is your username on BHD and ircpassword is the password you used to register your nickname on IRC and email is your site email.

    4) Issue the command /msg NickServ group BHDUsername ircpassword. Where BHDUsername is your username on BHD and ircpassword is the password you used to register your nickname on IRC.


    If you only want to use IRC for autodl-irssi a slightly shorter method is to:

    1) Connect to BHD's IRC network with any IRC client.

    2) Issue the command /nick BHDUsername|autodl where BHDUsername is your username on BHD. In my case I would issue /nick r3ko|autodl

    3) Issue the command /msg NickServ register password email where password is the password you want to use on IRC and email is the email address you want to associate with your account. Note that all users will be able to see this email address.

    After you complete this section you need to /quit IRC on your local machine so that the autodl nickname is available to be used by autodl-irssi. If you do not quit IRC you will get an error similar to "Nickname already in use" later in the tutorial.

    Configuring autodl-irssi

    Now you are ready to configure ruTorrent's autodl-irssi plugin. To begin, open the autodl-irssi menu by clicking on the autodl-irssi icon located in the ruTorrent menu.
    Icon Location

    This icon may vary on themes, but hover them to see name.


    If you're missing this icon it means the autodl-irssi plugin isn't installed. Check here for installation instructions or contact your seedbox provider.

    Preferences

    Select Preferences... from the autodl-irssi menu. Populate the General tab with the following settings:

    Maximum saved releases: 1000
    Save download history: Check this if you want to save your download history.

    Your General tab should look like this:



    Populate the Action tab with the following settings:

    Choose .torrent action: rtorrent
    Folder: Enter your default download folder.
    Label: Enter a label, you may want to use autodl so you know which torrents autodl-irssi is grabbing.

    Your Action tab should look similar to:



    Tracker Settings

    Next you must enter your passkey so that autodl-irssi can download torrents from BHD automatically. Select Trackers...from the autodl-irssi menu, click on BHD, and fill out the fields. The easiest way to populate this field is to get your passkey from the upload page or to generate RSS link from the RSS page these both contain your passkey. Now post your passkey into the field You will end up with something similar to:



    Announce Channel Settings

    Select Announce Channels... from the autodl-irssi menu and confirm that the information is correct



    IRC Server Settings

    Select IRC Servers... from the autodl-irssi menu then click New to create a new server profile. Populate the fields using the following information in the IRC Server section:

    Server: irc.beyond-hd.me
    Port: 6667
    Nick: Enter BHDUsername|autodl - this is the nickname you created during the first section of this tutorial.
    Password: Enter the password you used when registering your IRC nickname.

    You should now have a configuration similar to:



    Note that we didn't need to specify an announce channel because autodl-irssi is preconfigured with this information as we verified in the Announce Channel Settings section. Now you should see that autodl-irssi is
    monitoring the announce channel
    The tabs below in rutorrent you will see the autodl-irrsi click that



    Creating Real Filters

    Now that you've verified autodl-irssi is monitoring the announce channel correctly you can start creating real filters. Select Filters... from the autodl-irssi menu then click New to create a new filter. Filters are highly customizable, so I'm providing a comprehensive overview of the settings. You can create working filters using only a fraction of these settings. If you don't care about a setting leave it blank and autodl-irssi will ignore it.

    General Tab

    Match releases: Show?Name* is the most basic filter, but this filter is very general. The ? character matches any single character. The * character matches any number of any characters. You can also create more specific filters:

    Game?of?Thrones* would match any Game of Thrones episode or season torrent.[/*]


    Game?of?Thrones*S*E* would match any Game of Thrones episode torrent.[/*]



    Game?of?Thrones*S04.* would match any Game of Thrones season 4 torrent. By placing the period after S04 we prevent episodes from matching because episodes would contain S04EXX in the release name.[/*]



    Game?of?Thrones*2.0* would match only Game of Thrones releases with 2.0 audio.[/*]



    Game?of?Thrones*5.1* would match only Game of Thrones releases with 5.1 audio.[/*]



    Game?of?Thrones*NTb would match only Game of Thrones releases from the NTb group.[/*]

    Except releases: *DUAL*,*SUBBED*,*DUBBED*,*GERMAN*,*FRENCH*,*SPANIS H*,*RUSSIAN* if you don't want to match torrents with non-English audio.
    Minimum size: #MB or #GB if you want to specify a minimum size. This setting is useful if you want to ensure you're downloading high bitrate releases.
    Maximum size: #MB or #GB if you want to specify a maximum size. This setting is useful if you want to download small releases because of a bandwidth cap.
    Max: # per day or week or month if you want to limit how much you download per day/week/month. This setting is useful if you have a bandwidth cap.

    TV/Movies

    TabSeasons: X or X-Y For example, 3 if you only want to download torrents of season 3. Alternatively, 1-3 if you want to download torrents of seasons 1, 2, or 3.
    Episodes: X or X-Y For example, 3 if you only wanted to download torrents of episode 3. Alternatively, 1-3 if you want to download torrents of episodes 1, 2, or 3.
    Resolutions: Click to select a resolution. You may use multiple resolutions in the same filter.
    Sources: Click to select a source. You may use multiple sources in the same filter.
    Encoders: Click to select a codec. You may use multiple codecs in the same filter.
    Years: X or X-Y For example, 2014 if you only wanted to download torrents of shows released in 2014.
    Music Tab

    Scene: Select Yes if you only want to download Scene torrents. Select No if you don't want to download Scene torrents.
    Tags:

    Fasttorrent if you only want to download torrents hosted on a fast line.[/*]



    MKV if you only want to download releases that are in the mkv container. Substitute MP4 or another container for MKV if you desire.[/*]

    Except tags: Foreign* if you don't want to download foreign releases. This setting will not prevent you from downloading dual track releases where the first audio track is in English. Use the Except releases field in the General tab to exclude these releases.

    Advanced Tab

    Match categories: Episode if you want to download only episode torrents. Season if you want to download only season torrents.
    Match uploaders: Username if you only want to match torrents uploaded by that user.
    Except uploaders: Username if you want to exclude torrents uploaded by that user. Useful to ensure you don't download from yourself.
    Maximum pretime: Xmin Ysec if you only want to match torrents with a pretime less than Xmin Ysec.

    Troubleshooting
    In this section I will briefly cover some common errors that you may run into.
    Error downloading files.
    This is a general error and can be difficult to troubleshoot. Usually it means that irssi isn't running or ruTorrent can't connect to the irssi daemon. SSH into your box and use ps aux | grep irssi to check if irssi is running. If it isn't running you can start it using screen -dmS irssi irssi.
    Your bot nickname disconnects every 5 minutes
    This happens when you have multiple instances of irssi running. SSH into your box and use the command ps aux | grep irssi and check how many screen processes are running irssi. If you notice multiple processes you can use the kill -9 PID command to end them. PID is the process id which you can find with the ps aux command.
    ERROR:
    Could not save torrent file;Select Preferences... from the autodl-irssi menu then select the Action tab. Make sure Choose .torrent action is set to rtorrent.

    Credit to Readable and gru for the help in creating this tutorial for beyondhd. If you find anything wrong then please comment and i will fix it, post your success or failures to help out the community.

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