Installing pyLoad on a Raspberry Pi with Raspbian Jessie
All credits for this guide go to eNBeWe. Thanks, mate!
In the following I assume that you are running a Raspberry Pi with a recent version of Raspbian. At the point of writing this means you are running some version of Debian Jessie.
First we are going to create a system user for running pyload.
sudo adduser --system pyload
Next we are installing some dependencies for pyLoad. First make sure that you have the following two lines in your /etc/apt/sources.list
deb http://mirrordirector.raspbian.org/raspbian/ jessie main contrib non-free rpi
deb-src http://archive.raspbian.org/raspbian/ jessie main contrib non-free rpi
Then we update our package list and install the dependencies.
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get -y install git liblept4 python python-crypto python-pycurl python-imaging tesseract-ocr zip unzip python-openssl libmozjs-24-bin
sudo apt-get -y build-dep rar unrar-nonfree
sudo apt-get source -b unrar-nonfree
sudo dpkg -i unrar_*_armhf.deb
sudo rm -rf unrar-*
To get libmozjs running with pyLoad we need to create a symlink.
ln -s js24 js
Now we can download the current version of pyLoad and install that. We are using the current git version which is usually a bit newer that the latest release.
sudo git clone -b stable https://github.com/pyload/pyload.git
sudo -u pyload python pyLoadCore.py
The last line should start the configuration wizard of pyload and create an initial setup. Just follow the on-screen instructions. If everything went well you should have a running pyLoad instance.
If you want to start pyload at every reboot you can create a systemd service file for that. Just create a new file
sudo nano /etc/systemd/system/pyload.service
and dump the following code in there.
Now we need to activate this rule with systemd.
sudo systemctl enable pyload.service
After a reboot this should automatically be executed and you can see the status of the service with
sudo systemctl status pyload