Note: This documentation is obsolete. As of v14.0 the TurnKey Torrentserver appliance now uses rTorrent on the backend and ruTorrent as the WebUI. This page needs updating but until then, there are many browser extensions that can make adding torrents to ruTorrent/rTorrent super easy so please just google.
Using a browser extension could simplify your life, by being able to send download links to your Torrent Server to download right from your browser. See Torrent Server Configuration Tutorial if your server is behind NAT.
We need your help testing these extensions and finding new ones that are compatible, so feel free to update this page.
If you're up to it, updating Torrent Server Handler to the latest Firefox build would be just awesome, as too porting it to Google Chrome!
- Chronkey (not tested)
- Hacking the registry to support e2dk links (not tested)
- DonkeyInput e2dk protocol handler (not tested)
- GetEd2k (not tested)
For more information, see MLDonkey - Browser Integration.