can't you update the info in your post ??
most links aren't available anymore...
or even better, make a ipkg package for this torrentflux version that uses transmission ???
would be greatly appreaciated...
--- In email@example.com, "snatcher93" <snatcher93@...> wrote:
> Hi there,
> downloading and managing the torrent downloads on the NSLU2 seems a
> little complicated, on solution for managing your downloads is
> Torrentflux that some of you may know (it a PHP application that
> allow you to load torrents/download torrents/stop torrents ...), the
> problem with it is that it uses a bittorrent client based on the
> python language (=> slow and RAM hungry), so it is almost unusable on
> the NSLU2 !
> When i discovered a C based client called Transmission, i thought
> about integrating it with torrentflux ! So this is what i've
> successfully done, and the results are pretty good => really few CPU
> usage and less RAM usage than the python client !
> Here is what you need to make this thing working :
> - A HTTP server with php support, i use lighttpd + php compiled with
> CGI support
> - JAM (ftp://ftp.perforce.com/pub/jam/) that is needed to compile
> Transmission (./configure && make)
> - Download my patches attached in the Transmission thread in
> torrentflux forum (check in related links in at the end of the
> - Download Transmission ( "svn co
> svn://svn.m0k.org/Transmission/trunk Transmission" for latest CVS
> or "wget http://download.m0k.org/transmission/files/Transmission-
> 0.5.tar.gz" for version 0.5), apply my patch (in Transmission
> directory "patch -Np1 < Tranmsmission-cvs.patch" or "patch -Np1 <
> Tranmsmission-0.5.patch" depending on the version you get) and
> compile : "./configure && jam && cp transmissioncli /usr/bin"
> - Download Torrentflux 2.0b, in the html directory, apply my patch
> (patch -Np1 < torrentflux_2.0b.patch) and copy the html directory in
> your web server tree.
> - Follow the "sqlite usage" guide (check in related links at the end
> of this message)
> - Configure your torrentflux (edit the config.php file to set where
> you want to store the downloaded torrents and to set the location of
> your sqlite database)
> Now it should be ok ;)
> I hope it'll be usefull to some of you :)
> Related links :
> - Torrentflux : http://www.torrentflux.com/
> - Transmission : http://transmission.m0k.org/
> - Topic about Transmission integration in Torrentflux :
> http://www.torrentflux.com/forum/index.php/topic,809.0.html (you'll
> need to register the forum to see and download attached files)
> - Topic about using sqlite instead of MySQL with Torrentflux :
> - Topic about using lighttpd + php instead of apache + php :