pyLoad is a free and open source downloader for 1-click-hosting sites
like rapidshare.com or uploaded.to.
It supports link decryption as well as all important container formats.
pyLoad is written entirely in Python and is currently under heavy development.
For news, downloads, wiki, forum and further information visit http://pyload.org/
To report bugs, suggest features, ask a question, get the developer version
or help us out, visit http://bitbucket.org/spoob/pyload/
Documentation about extending pyLoad can be found at http://docs.pyload.org or join us at #pyload on irc.freenode.net
You need at least python 2.5 to run pyLoad and all of these required libaries.
They should be automatically installed when using pip install.
The prebuilt pyload packages also install these dependencies or have them included, so manuall install
is only needed when installing pyLoad from source.
- pycurl a.k.a python-curl
- simplejson (for python 2.5)
Some plugins require additional packages, only install these when needed.
- pycrypto: RSDF/CCF/DLC support
- tesseract, python-pil a.k.a python-imaging: Automatic captcha recognition for a small amount of plugins
- jsengine (spidermonkey, ossp-js, pyv8, rhino): Used for several hoster, ClickNLoad
- pyOpenSSL: For SSL connection
Note: If you installed pyload via package-manager `python pyLoadCore.py` is probably equivalent to `pyLoadCore`
and follow the instructions of the setup assistent.
For a list of options use::
python pyLoadCore.py -h
After finishing the setup assistent pyLoad is ready to use and more configuration can be done via webinterface.
Additionally you could simply edit the config files located in your pyLoad home dir (defaults to: ~/.pyload)
with your favorite editor and edit the appropriate options. For a short description of
the options take a look at http://pyload.org/configuration.
To restart the configure assistent run::
python pyLoadCore.py -s
To start the CLI and connect to a local server, run::
python pyLoadCli.py -l
for more options refer to::
python pyLoadCli.py -h
The webinterface can be accessed when pointing your webbrowser to the ip and configured port, defaults to http://localhost:8000
For more information, see http://pyload.org/