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My deluge-console is suddenly giving me this error

Failed to connect to 127.0.0.1:58846 with reason: Connection refused 

why is this error.I have done nothing and the GUI deluge runs fine.Its the problem in console only? Why localhost is refusing connection and how do I connect to daemon? I have tried the command

connect 127.0.0.1 58846

but it doesnt seems to work.

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The most probable reason is that you are not running the daemon. To start the daemon use deluged

Then try deluge-console

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The most common reason is because you are running deluged as a different user to the one you are running deluge-console with.

From the Deluge wiki:

If you are running deluged under another user you will need to temporarily login as that user to enable deluge-console to access that daemon's config:

su --shell /bin/bash --login deluge
  • I can't make this work. Do I need some config on deluge user? I added him a password but still not working. I find dev.deluge-torrent.org/wiki/UserGuide/… here something about a mysthic auth file but I can't find it on my installation. – Cirelli94 Feb 24 '17 at 10:50
  • This is for the local user deluge to connect to a running daemon so uses the localhost password that is autogenerated. For reference the auth file is in ~/.config by default, see the Deluge wiki pages for details. Ask in Deluge forums if you have further questions. – Cas Feb 24 '17 at 11:19
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Assuming that your actual user name is "pi" (or change it with the correct one), try this:

sudo nano /etc/rc.local

then, at the end of the file, between "fi" and "exit 0" add the following lines:

# Start Deluge on boot:
sudo -u pi /usr/bin/python /usr/bin/deluged
# Start Deluge-Web on boot:
sudo -u pi /usr/bin/python /usr/bin/deluge-web

Just copy and paste all but if you don't use the web interface cut off the last two lines above here; after this, do: ctrl-x , reply "y" , push "return button" and then type "sudo reboot". Everithing should be fixed after restart.

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