This is an unsolved problem. I'm dumping my notes here. They're not meant to be particularly useful.
This isn't natively supported.
Although decent BitTorrent clients will keep looking in a given directory for torrent files to auto-queue, there is no such thing as "turning a magnet link into a torrent file". So that solution is out. It looks like the client has to natively support this, which means I'll have to find a replacement for Transmission.
I've found references scattered about, but I can't get a decent phrase to give me any aid.
Anything I've seen written on something close to this hasn't been much help.
The things which claim to do exactly what I want are complete garbage -- shitty documentation, confusing, incomplete, nonfunctional. Bah.
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I found some basic resources
- Guide for Ubuntu -- old
# With help from: # http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1583064 \sudo \apt-get install python-setuptools \sudo \easy_install flexget \sudo \easy_install --upgrade flexget # There's also rtorrent_magnet # There's this other thing too: # \sudo \easy_install transmissionrpc # \sudo \easy_install --upgrade transmissionrpc # Check the config file. # \sudo \flexget --check
A config file?
\mkdir ~/.flexget/ \nano ~/.flexget/config.yml
feeds: Some title goes here rss: http://example.com/url rtorrent_magnet: ~/
fucked if I know how..