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MFK Ruzomberok vs SK Brann Predictions, Betting Tips and Match Previews

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Ruzomberok vs Brann predictions for this Thursday’s UEFA Europa League 2 nd Qualifying Round clash in Slovakia. Read on for our free predictions and betting tips.

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Reason For MFK Ruzomberok vs Brann Betting Tips

Even the most ardent of followers of European football would be forgiven for not knowing much about MFK Ružomberok. The Slovak club are making only their 4th appearance in Europe and their first in a decade but they’ll take real encouragement from an impressive win in the 1st Qualifying Round and with home advantage will fancy they can get the better of Brann.

Ružomberok, who finished 3rd in the Slovak league last term, saw off Serbian side FK Vojvodina 3-2 on aggregate. A 2-0 home win in the 2nd Leg ensured their progress with two 2nd Half goals doing the damage to set up this tie. They’ve been exceptionally strong at home in 2017 and come into the game on the back of 7 straight home wins in all competitions. At home in 2017, they’ve conceded just 0.375 goals per game, whilst scoring 2.125 themselves so they’ve plenty of reason to believe heading into this one.

Brann may be better than most teams in the Slovak league but they don’t have enough to spread fear in the Ružomberok ranks. The Norwegians are only in their 2nd season back in the top flight in their homeland and haven’t appeared in Europe since 2008. They received a bye in the last round so dealing with a potentially hostile home crowd and new surroundings could be their biggest test here.

Brann are having another pretty good season and are currently 2nd in the Norwegian top flight. However, they’ve looked pretty average in their last three away league games, scoring just one goal and were beaten 2-0 away at Stabaek at the weekend, which wasn’t the perfect way to head into this game.

Ružomberok will be massively up for this one and home advantage is likely to be a huge factor in this tie. Given how well the Slovaks have been playing at home of late, backing Ružomberok to Win at 9/5 might be the best bet.

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Head To Head

No previous meetings.

MFK Ruzomberok vs Brann Stats MFK Ruzomberok Team News

Ružomberok may make one change from the side that won last week. 19 year old midfielder Dalibor Takáč made a big impact from the bench and could start here.

Brann Team News

Brann have been quite fortunate with injuries this season. They should be close to their full quota here with midfielder Fredrik Haugen their most dangerous player and top scorer this term.

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Deluge [Plugin] YaRSS2 - RSS plugin with GTKUI support
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[Plugin] YaRSS2 - RSS plugin with GTKUI support
  • RSS Feeds with individual update times.
  • Cookie support
  • Support for magnet links and enclosure tag.
  • Sending emails on torrent(s) added, with the list of torrents in the message.
  • Multiple (email message) notifications can be created and applied to different subscriptions.
  • Search using regex, one field for inclusion and one for exclusion.
  • When creating a subscription, you can see the list of the torrents on the RSS Feed, and also see which are matching the regex and which are not.
  • "Move completed", "Download location" and other options like "Add Paused" options.
  • Support for setting a label using the label plugin.
  • Log window containing info on what is going on.
  • It runs on the daemon, so it will work well in a daemon/thin client setup

Features that I hope to eventually find the time to implement

  • Smart episodes filtering including history to avoid the same episodes being added multiple times.
  • Command line client
  • Better search, maybe a helper to create regex filters.
Notes:

  • No WebUI support!
  • Expect to find bugs!
  • Tested with Deluge 1.3.12, on Ubuntu 15.04, Windows 7, and daemon on FreeBSD 10.

Feel free to suggest features that you'd like to see implemented!

Read this if you have daemon/thin client setup

If you need something more advanced than YaRSS2, FlexGet is the best alternative.

YaRSS2 is the only alternative that can be administered through the GTK client, but if you aren't afraid of setting up everything manually (outside of Deluge) you should take a look.

Re: YaRSS2 - RSS plugin with GTKUI support

Deluge 1.3.4 on ubuntu

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Re: YaRSS2 - RSS plugin with GTKUI support

Deluge 1.3.4 on ubuntu

. matches any character, and * after the . means that zero or more of the dots will match the search. So since . matches anything, titles with zero or more of any character will match.

You can test a subscription by right clicking and choose "Run this subscription". The difference when running manually is that it will reset the timestamp before running so that all matching torrents are added, including those that already have been downloaded. When the regular timer runs the subscriptions, it will save the timestamp of the last matching torrent so that it will know not to downloaded that torrent again on the next run.

Also a way of adding custom text when testing the regex search should be finished soon.

Posts: 344 Joined: Sun Aug 28, 2011 6:46 pm OS or Distro: Ubuntu/FreeBSD Location: Norway

Re: [Plugin] YaRSS2 - RSS plugin with GTKUI support

  • Fixed issue with non-ascii characters in search pattern. Should now work with any unicode character.
  • Added tests to most of the core functionality as well as some parts of the GUI.

Re: [Plugin] YaRSS2 - RSS plugin with GTKUI support

* I added a Subscription for "Once Upon a Time" (that is the text in the first RegEx box). And made sure my Feed is selected for this. I can see in the lower window all of the things coming from the feed and can see last night's episode of Once Upon a Time. After I click Apply and/or OK, nothing happens. I can right click on this subscription and choose to Run, but still nothing happens. The torrent doesn't get loaded and doesn't start downloading.

I click on Add Subscription (this is for the 2nd subscription). Nothing happens. I don't get a new dialog. If I select the current subscription and click Edit, nothing happens. If I select the current subscription and click to remove it, then its removed. At that poine, Add Subscription works and I can now add a subscription (but I can never add 2. Only the first one.).

Is YaRSS2 supposed to work in the WebGUI? If I go to preferences, it doesn't show up in the list on the left and its not enabled in the Plugins from the WebGUI. But its there and working in the Deluge client. On the WebGui, I've tried enabling it, but it does not show up on the left column, so I can't use it there.

Posts: 344 Joined: Sun Aug 28, 2011 6:46 pm OS or Distro: Ubuntu/FreeBSD Location: Norway

Re: [Plugin] YaRSS2 - RSS plugin with GTKUI support

* I added a Subscription for "Once Upon a Time" (that is the text in the first RegEx box). And made sure my Feed is selected for this. I can see in the lower window all of the things coming from the feed and can see last night's episode of Once Upon a Time. After I click Apply and/or OK, nothing happens. I can right click on this subscription and choose to Run, but still nothing happens. The torrent doesn't get loaded and doesn't start downloading.

If that is not the cause of the problem you have, you might have encountered a bug (not entirely unlikely).

I click on Add Subscription (this is for the 2nd subscription). Nothing happens. I don't get a new dialog. If I select the current subscription and click Edit, nothing happens. If I select the current subscription and click to remove it, then its removed. At that poine, Add Subscription works and I can now add a subscription (but I can never add 2. Only the first one.).

This definitely sounds like a bug. Only way you can find the cause is by running deluge like described above.

Is YaRSS2 supposed to work in the WebGUI? If I go to preferences, it doesn't show up in the list on the left and its not enabled in the Plugins from the WebGUI. But its there and working in the Deluge client. On the WebGui, I've tried enabling it, but it does not show up on the left column, so I can't use it there.

Re: [Plugin] YaRSS2 - RSS plugin with GTKUI support

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Re: [Plugin] YaRSS2 - RSS plugin with GTKUI support

Not currently, but it could be implemented I presume.

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Re: [Plugin] YaRSS2 - RSS plugin with GTKUI support

Im using Windows version (1.3.4)

I downloaded version 1.0.1 both for 2.6 and 2.7 py version.

But when I tryed installing version 2.7 nothing happens and for version 2.6 I was able to add it to plugin selection, but when I check it and click apply, its unchecked again

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Overview

Atlassian Sourcetree is a free Git and Mercurial client for Windows.

Atlassian Sourcetree is a free Git and Mercurial client for Mac.

YaRSS2 : Yet another RSS 2, a RSS plugin for Deluge

Based on YaRSS by Camillo Dell'mour

Building the plugin Running the tests

The directory containing yarss2 must be on the PYTHONPATH

Run the tests with:

  • Fix #10: Option to make YaRSS2 fetch subscriptions on startup
  • Fix #13: Moved sending test email from daemon instead of client
  • Fix #14: Problem with the ISO formating of 'Last matched' timestamp
  • Fix #15: python traceback when RSS feed has no items
  • Fix #20: An exception was thrown by the RSS update handler

  • Fixed #26: Labels don't stay after restart
  • Fixed #27: "Add torrent" on right click menu in subscription dialog gives stacktrace

  • Fixed #24: Adding a second feed/subscription deleted previous

  • Implemented support for setting label when Label plugin is enabled
  • Updated feedparser to 5.2.0
  • Updated requests library to v2.7
  • Change user agent used when fetching RSS feeds with requests library.
  • Added option to ignore timestamps in RSS feeds.
  • Added option to prefer magnet links over torrent links if both are available.

  • Updated feedparser to 5.1.3
  • Fix Libtorrent error when adding magnet links in Deluge 1.3.3

  • Now handles RSS url's that have spaces
  • Added right click option to copy a cookie
    • Fix incorrect handler in exclude regex textbox (Bart Nagel)
    • Included missing file for Windows. (gtk.keysyms)

    • Added new path chooser to settings.
    • If an error occurs when fetching RSS feeds it should no longer stop the scheduler from running.

    • Fixed bug causing running subscriptions manually to fail.

    • Added new options in the subscription dialog (Bandwidth, General).
    • Added support for the enclosure tag in RSS feeds.
    • Using the requests library to handle redirects properly so that non-direct torrent links work.
    • Added "Copy link to clipboard" button to the right click menu in the subscription panel.
    • When failing to download a torrent in the dialog subscription, the page content is now shown in a message pane at the bottom.
    • Removed GTK (client) dependency on libtorrent-python
    • Fixed bug crashing Deluge when adding torrents
    • The checkbox ("On torrent added") to enable a notification in the list of notifications for a subscription was not working.
    • Tooltips were displayed on the wrong row.
    • Fixed bug that caused sending emails to fail.
    • The 'From email address' field value in configurations was not loaded.
    • Improved verification of the config on startup. (Fix errors)

    • Fixed error where ComboBox.get_active_text would return None.
    • The current value in "Move completed" and "Download location" was added twice.

    • Fixed import error when running YaRSS2 on daemon without gtk installed.
    • feedparser library was unable to parse some timestamps.
    • The order of the torrents in the torrent list in the subscription dialog was incorrect.

    • Added panel for log messages.
    • Added functionality to reset the last matched timestamp for subscriptions. (Options tab in subscription dialog)
    • Fixed bug where RSS feeds with no proper tag for the timestamp when the torrent was published would crash YaRSS2.
    • Fixed bug where the 'Published' column in matching panel for subscriptions wasn't properly populated.
    • Hopefully fixed bug in GUI that could result in Deluge crashing.

    • Added support for magnet links.
    • Running RSS feed fetches in separate thread to avoid having the deluge daemon being busy for too long.
    • Added option "Obey TTL" in RSS Feed dialog. With this checked the "Update Interval" will be updated with the TTL value of the RSS Feed.
    • Added option "Download location" in subscription dialog.
    • Fixed bug where it was possible to delete an email message used by subscriptions for notifications.

    • When adding a RSS Feed or changing the RSS Feed update interval the RSS Feed is now properly (re)schedules with the (new) update interval. (Previously a restart of deluge was required)
    • After deleting a RSS Feed it is properly stopped from running.
    • Added timeout for 10 seconds on feedparser so deluge won't hang in case the server doesn't respond properly.
    • "Last update" field in RSS Feeds is now updated properly.
    • Added "Last matched" field in Subscriptions list with the timestamp for when the subscription last matched a torrent.
    • No longer allow deleting RSS Feeds with subscriptions registered.
    • Fixed issue in feedparser where '&' in torrent URLs was converted to &amp.

    • Added mime modules for sending email (required on Windows).

    • Unicode characers can now be used to search.
    • Added tests to test some of the most important functionality

    The Ultimate Deluge Guide

    The Ultimate Deluge Guide

    Deluge is a fully-featured cross-platform BitTorrent client.

    The Deluge has been designed to run as both a normal standalone desktop application and as a client-server.

    In Thin-client mode, a daemon handles all the BitTorrent activity and is able to run in the background on your machine while you connect to user interface (WEB-UI) remotely from any other platform.

    Many of our Seedbox clients choose Deluge as their favorite client since it’s reliable, convenient and very easy to use.

    In this tutorial, you will learn how to use Deluge and why it’s such a popular client in our niche.

    Table of contents Logging Into Deluge

    – Browse to your Credentials page (in the client area).

    – Locate URL of your Deluge client. It will be in the following format: https://111.222.333.444/deluge/

    Note: Deluge Web-UI(remote access) and Deluge (GTK desktop application) design are slightly different.

    For purposes of this article, we will use screenshots of the Deluge Web-UI.

    Navigate to this link and you will be prompted for credentials, like in the picture below:

    In next step, Connection Manager will open, select your localhost and click on button Connect like in the picture bellow.

    When you finish logging in you will see your dashboard.

    One of the first things to notice is a menu bar. We will explain step by step what is the purpose of the every button.

    So let’s start explaining what every button do!

    “Add” button is for adding torrents.

    “Remove” button. With this button, we can delete single or multiple torrents.

    “Pause” button we can use for pausing torrents.

    “Resume” button role is to resume downloading/uploading your torrent/torrents.

    “Up” Increase tracker order and by that priority of tracker that is in use.

    “Down” Decrease tracker order and by that priority of the tracker that is in use.

    “Preferences” button where we can change all of the settings.

    “Connection Manager” use this button to add new connections and start Deluge daemon.

    “Help” button. With a click on this button, you will access official Deluge support page.

    “Logout” use this button to log out of the current user session.

    How to load a torrent?

    You can load torrents via two ways, via URL link or via the .torrent file. We will explain both ways. Click on “Add” button, and you will get a popup window like on the picture below:

    “File” – Using this button you can browse for .torrent.file-s that you have in your directory and add them into Deluge.

    “URL” – Using this button you can add URL of the torrent you wish to download and add it into Deluge.

    “Files” tab – Will show all the files that torrent file contains.

    “Options” tab – In this tab, you can set up your download destination folder and “mad Download” and “mad Upload” speed.

    “Remove” button – Remove added torrents from add window.

    After we select ‘Add file’ or ‘Add URL’, our torrent will start downloading just like in picture bellow:

    How to create a new torrent?

    When using Deluge torrent client you can’t create torrent files using WEB-UI, you must use Deluge thin client or better known as Deluge GTK.

    In order to do that, you have to connect to your Remote Desktop via X2Go and open Deluge GTK as on picture below.

    When Deluge GTK opens go to “File” tab in the top left corner and select “Create Torrent”.

    A window for torrent creation will open, like this:

    “File” – Using this button you can browse for files that you have in your directory and want to create a torrent of.

    “Folder” – Using this button you can browse for folders that you have in your directory and want to create a torrent of.

    “Info” – Using this tab you can add information to your torrent file like “Author” and “Comments”.

    “Trackers” – This tab is used for adding trackers to torrent file you are creating.

    “Webseeds” – This future is used so you can paste in the location of the web address to the hosted file when creating the torrent.

    “Options” – In this tab, you can set “Private Flag” for your torrent file, and set “Piece Size” that you wish your torrent to have.

    “Save” – Save your torrent when you create it.

    Main dashboard

    When you select particular torrent (like on the picture), you can notice down below all info related to that torrent.

    You can see these tabs monitored in the real time: Status, Details, Files, Peers and Options.

    All of that info is very useful to find additional information regarding loaded torrent.

    Status tab

    In “Status” tab, we can find info about:

    “Downloaded” – Showing how much data is currently being downloaded.

    “Speed (Download)” – Showing how much data is currently being downloaded.

    “Uploaded” – Show how much data is uploaded.

    “Speed (Upload)” – Showing how much data is currently being uploaded.

    “Seeders” – Showing how much seeders are connected currently.

    “Peers” – Showing how much peers are connected.

    “Active Time” – Showing for how much time a particular torrent file is active.

    “Seeding Time” – Showing for how much time a particular torrent file is seeding.

    “Share Ratio” – The ratio that is calculated by dividing the amount of uploaded data by the amount of downloaded data.

    “ETA”- Estimated time that your torrent need to download the file.

    “Tracker Status” – Is showing info regarding trackers URL and its Status.

    “Pieces” – Is showing in how much pieces is your torrent file divided and how big they are.

    Details tab

    In the Details tab, we can see all the “personal” data of the torrent file:

    “Name” – Name of the torrent file.

    “Hash” – Hash representation of your torrent file.

    “Total size” – Total size of your torrent file when it is finished downloading.

    “# of files” – Number of files contained in the torrent file.

    “Comment” – Comment that author of the torrent file created.

    “Status” – Status of your torrent file.

    “Tracker” – Tracker from where you are downloading your torrent file.

    In “Files” tab we can find info about particular files that are included in torrent data.

    You can find a name of the file, the size of that particular file, it’s progress and priority of it.

    The “Peers” tab is showing a real-time info about connected peers, their country, speed and much more.

    Options tab

    As the name says in options tab we can change options of our torrent files.

    “Max Download Speed” – Here you can set max download speed of your torrent.

    “Maximal Upload Speed” – Here you can set max upload speed of your torrent.

    “Max Connections” – Ste max number of connections of your torrent file.

    “Max Upload Slots” – Set max number of upload slots for your torrent file.

    “Auto Managed” – Auto Manage your ratio and download location at torrent completion.

    “Stop seed at ratio” – Automatically stop seeding when you reach the certain ratio that you can manually set.

    “Remove at ratio” – Remove torrent file from the client when it reaches certain ratio that you can manually set.

    “Move Compleated” – When a data file is completely downloaded you can set directory that file will be transferred to.

    “Prioritize First/Last” – Set priority to your torrent files when they are downloading.

    “Edit Trackers” – Edit trackers from which you are downloading your data.

    Bottom menu bar explained

    The Bottom menu bar is very practical for getting quick information. It shows general “total” speed information and can be used to set the server Throttle level. Also, shows remaining free HDD space on your server.

    Hint: Our best practice is not to fill your HDD to a 100% in order to prevent your torrent client from freezing and crashing.

    Left side menu

    The left side menu is designed to provide a quick info about loaded torrents. It provides the information about the current state of loaded torrents.

    “All” – Sum of total loaded torrents.

    “Downloading” – Sum of torrents that are currently downloading.

    “Seeding” – Sum of torrents that are finished downloading and are being seeded.

    “Checking” – All torrents that are being checked by the torrent client.

    “Error” – All torrents that have some error active, that is preventing them from downloading/seeding.

    “Trackers” – Displays currently loaded, trackers.

    How to Change Deluge WebUI Password

    Using your WebUI access URL – https://seedboxIP/deluge given in client area “My Services” page, paste into your browser and a login window will be displayed. Provide the default password and proceed with clicking Login.

    On the WebUI console, choose “Preferences”, then “Interface” on the next splash screen.

    On this page, spaces are provided for updating the WebUi password. Old password is the password you used to log in previously, a new password for the one you intend to create right now. Once done, click change and a confirmation prompt will appear confirming the change. Hit Ok>Apply>OK

    How to control Deluge remotely with a thin client

    Remote access is one of the greatest features of Deluge torrent client.

    It allows you to manage torrents remotely via a local client.

    You have to prepare your remote Deluge machine to accept remote connections, so please follow this tutorial carefully.

    Log in to your Seedbox/VPS

    To setup Deluge remote access, we need to configure our remote client first.

    Issue this command to switch to the user account.

    The Reason for this is because Deluge is configured for the unprivileged account like users account.

    Gather required information’s

    We need to find info about our Deluge. If you are using our default configuration, information’s like username, password, Seedbox IP you can find in our Welcome email, and default port is set to 58846.

    If this is not a case follow those steps to find your details:

    • Use the following command to get Deluge remote port:

    / . config / deluge / core . conf

    / . config / deluge / auth

    Configure Deluge remote option

    Now you need to do some little tweaks on your VPS/Seedbox. Login remotely via SSH. If you are not sure how, please follow this guide How to Connect to Your Seedbox using SSH.

    We need to stop existing Deluge service first:

    Or if you are using our newest template:

    If you are logged via SSH as a root account, you need to switch to user account first, or to a user for which Deluge is configured.

    Next step is to set a password:

    / . config / deluge / auth

    For everything to work properly, we need to allow remote connections.

    Setting your Local Deluge client

    We need to disable Classic mode. Go to Edit/Preferences and navigate to Interface tab like on the picture.

    Adding Remote connection

    We need to add actual remote connection now. After you’ve disabled Classic mode, you need to restart your Deluge client.

    The window like bellow should pop up when you launch it next time.

    If not, open a Deluge and navigate to Edit/Connection Manager or press Ctrl + M.

    Click on Add button, and add parameters that you’ve obtained in previous steps.

    Adding host

    You need to fill information’s like on the picture:

    Press Add, then Connect. After this step, you should be able to initiate a remote connection with Deluge.

    Scheduler Plugin for Deluge

    One of the most useful built-in features of Deluge is its Scheduler plugin.

    A unique feature of this plugin is the ability to place limits to bandwidth usage throughout the day.

    Here’s a short walk-through on how to activate it on WebUI.

    Login to WebUI using the password given to you in the client area “My Services” page.

    Go to Preferences > Plugins

    Check or tick Scheduler and hit Apply then OK. Close this splash screen first and refresh the page.

    The next time you go to Preferences, Scheduler should be available at the bottom as a Category.

    How to use RSS on Deluge using YaRSS2 plugin

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

    Install YaRSS2 plugin

    Frist thing you need to do is to connect to your Deluge WebUI. Then go to “Preferences” then “Plugins” tab. Select “YaRSS2” and click the install button.

    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 command “python –version”.

    When you get your “Python” version then you need to go to this website: https://bitbucket.org/bendikro/deluge-yarss-plugin/downloads/ and download “Plugin Egg” for a version of “Python” that you have.

    After you download your “Plugin Egg” you need to go back to your WebUI and add it to install path.

    Use YaRSS2 plugin

    After you install the plugin close the WebUI and connect to the remote desktop then go to “Applications => Internet => Deluge”. This will open your Deluge thin client, you need to use it because “YaRSS2” is not compatible with WebUI

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

    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.

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

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

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