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So I recently setup Ubuntu 12.04, and currently looking for a bit-torrent client where I can create multiple user accounts.

The plan is to have more than 1 user accounts, and each user can monitor their activity via web-interface.

So far after did a bit of research I found:

  • Deluge (which offers multiple user-interface)
  • rtorrent (which I would love to use this due to its light-weightedness).

Can anyone point me to the right direction?

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You've found two - what's wrong with those? Why aren't they perfect for you? – Oli Apr 23 '13 at 10:28
Those two does not (afaik) have the feature i want, where different user can (sort of) login by providing their credentials and monitor their activity. – username55 Apr 23 '13 at 10:47

OpenSeedbox seems to match your requirements, but more like a server rather than a client.

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