Yea or if you have an SSH server up you can use scp to drop the files in the proper directory (just an alternative).
On 8/2/07, jonneymendoza <
ahh i see like ftp into the watch folder and drop the files there? sounds
easier and more secure than accessing the torrent program via web based
Mark Overholser Jr wrote:
> rtorrent has that sort of functionality. It has the ability for you to
> specify a "watch folder" where if it finds a new torrent in that folder it
> will start downloading it. So, you would just need a way to drop torrents
> into a folder on your NSLU2 from work.
> On 8/2/07, jonneymendoza <jrichards1408@...> wrote:
>> Thanks i will try ctorrent. can i access and upload/start torrent
>> from a remote computer? for example im at work and i see a torrent i want
>> download. what i want to do is to download just the torrent file and then
>> send it to my nslu2 device and it will automaticly start downloading the
>> torrent from there. So has soon as i reach home it will be finished
>> downloading :)
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