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Re: other torrent clients ?

PostPosted: Thu Aug 08, 2013 2:42 pm
by yogi
well, it is transmission 2.61, guess they picked that kernel just by chance,
unfortunately it's the crappy one ...

Re: other torrent clients ?

PostPosted: Sun Sep 01, 2013 10:56 am
by Auberon2k
clinton.hall wrote:Ok... I think I'll try and release a apk's for both utorrent and rtorrent.


I would seriously love a uTorrent port. That has my vote! PM me if you need a tester too, I'd be happy to assist.

Thanks,

Re: other torrent clients ?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 02, 2013 10:27 pm
by yogi
guess clinton was not successful so far ... :(

Re: other torrent clients ?

PostPosted: Tue Sep 03, 2013 4:58 am
by clinton.hall
Sorry... Been a hectic couple of weeks.

UTorrent is pretty much a no-go. UTorrent is not open source, and the uTorrent devs have created binaries, but the 64bit binary wont run on 6-series since it is 32bit ELF!

I tried deluge, but ran into some limitation (can't recall which)

Rtorrent still looking most likely, but I need to figure out how to enable/configure the x-server for this.

Sorry for the delay. I have an exam coming up on Friday, then hopefully this weekend I can have another shot at this.

Re: other torrent clients ?

PostPosted: Tue Sep 03, 2013 5:29 am
by ho66es
what about transmission? i love it and torrentwatchx on my qnap, it just works :) though I have replaced it in a large part with sickbeard and nzbget :)

Re: other torrent clients ?

PostPosted: Tue Sep 03, 2013 8:16 am
by Auberon2k
I currently use uTorrent to do most of my downloading. I'm toying around with Sickbeard now to see how it goes, but my ISP's new retention is horrible and I find it hard to justify paying for a new service when uTorrent RSS filtering has been doing the trick for free for a few years now. The Download Center app is close but seems to be not quite as reliable. I do love that the Download Assistant on my laptop (which has never had a local torrent client) took the place right away, letting snag and send jobs to DC directly, like 0day comics where I don't want the entire pack. I'm hoping to work out Mylar too, but the previously mentioned news server issue is hampering me...

Re: other torrent clients ?

PostPosted: Tue Sep 03, 2013 7:14 pm
by clinton.hall
There are various forks of SickBeard on GitHub that support better torrent downloading.

Also, a little inside info here.... CouchPotato is developing a TV section to allow TV management in CouchPotato (with great support for many torrent clients). They are also making it modular so that later they could implement comics, music, e-books etc... (I.e Mylar, HeadPhones, LazyLibrarian, Gamez etc)... But this is still some way off.

Re: other torrent clients ?

PostPosted: Wed Sep 04, 2013 12:14 pm
by Auberon2k
Hot! Couchpotato has been working pretty well so far. I avoid MKVs because I stream to PS3s native, but aside from tweaking it to avoid MKVs and checking in on CP every now and then it works pretty well. Having a Comic and TV module for the CP app on my AS-608T would be awesome.

Re: other torrent clients ?

PostPosted: Fri Sep 13, 2013 10:35 pm
by clinton.hall
Sorry for the long wait here...

I finally have a utorrent apkg to test.
Please test it and let me know how it goes and what changes are needed... once I know it is working as wanted I'll put it in the store, but for now please download from here https://www.dropbox.com/s/blckfahu8qdolbm/utorrent_20130913_any.apk and then perform a manual install from App Central.

Default Port: 6880
Default User: admin
default Pass: "" (blank)

Re: other torrent clients ?

PostPosted: Sat Sep 14, 2013 1:49 am
by yogi
really looks good so far, 2 minor issues:

1. source url doesnt show up on the list bar nor general tab.
2. these little arrows should close the windows to the sides, but they dont.

Image

and finally:
how to install a ssl-certificate to this?

well done clinton!

cheers
yogi

edit:
right click on a torrent doesnt open the options window ...