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  • Thanks i will try that later. one question. is the autorun script that you posted is this? begin 666 autorrent.sh M(R$O8FEN+W-H"B-S970@7@(PHC($%U=&]M871I8R!4;W)R96YT($1O=VYL M;V%D(%%U975E($UA;F%G97(*(R *(R!# <'0@9GO;2!U;G-L=6YG+W)C+FQO8V%L(&%N M9"!I="!W:6QL(')U;B!I;F1E9FEN:71E;'DZ" B,*(R @'-U(&%U=&]R'1&:6QE*"D*>PH)8V0@%1/4E)%3E1$25(*"51/4E)%3E1& M24Q%7T953$Q0051(/6!F:6YD("X@6UA...
    jonneymendoza Sep 3, 2007
  • it just says no file or folder exists with rtorrent does it have a "watch" folder where you just drop the torrent files in it and rtorrent will automaticly download them to another folder? John-402 wrote: > > On Thu, Aug 30, 2007 at 11:33:29AM -0700, jonneymendoza wrote: >> I am also having the same problem has the original poster. how do i start >> rtorrent after instaling it...
    jonneymendoza Sep 3, 2007
  • hi when you mean by -s host:port do you mean somthing like -s 192.168.x.x:1000 ? i tried that and it sais there is no such filename? Vidar Tysse wrote: > >> Thanks for that, i managed to start ctorrent and all the commands >> appear. i >> also installed ctcs. how do i use that via my web browser and how do i >> start >> downloading/uploading torrents on it? > > To manage via CTCS...
    jonneymendoza Aug 30, 2007
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  • hi when you mean by -s host:port do you mean somthing like -s 192.168.x.x:1000 ? i tried that and it says there is no such filename? Vidar Tysse wrote: > >> Thanks for that, i managed to start ctorrent and all the commands >> appear. i >> also installed ctcs. how do i use that via my web browser and how do i >> start >> downloading/uploading torrents on it? > > To manage via CTCS...
    jonneymendoza Aug 30, 2007
  • I am also having the same problem has the original poster. how do i start rtorrent after instaling it? hexdec2000 wrote: > > --- In nslu2-linux@^$1, "hexdec2000" wrote: >> >> Hello all, i am novice in linux and i have a problem with my nslu2 >> i've managed to upgrade to the latest unslung firmware and i have >> telnet access. the problem is i cannot run any application. i've...
    jonneymendoza Aug 30, 2007
  • Vidar Tysse wrote: > >> thanks for your advice guys. i opt to try the ctorrent and when i >> installed >> the enhanced-ctorrent using ipkg intsall i get the following error: >> >> >> ERROR: cron.postinst returned 2 >> Configuring enhanced-ctorrent >> Configuring xinetd >> Note that telnetd is enabled by default. Edit /opt/etc/xinetd.d/telnetd >> and set 'disable=yes' to disable...
    jonneymendoza Aug 23, 2007
  • im guessing no one has any idea what my error is about? this nslu2 is a real nightmare to setup. transmission, opessh and CUPs dont work in this....... i am close to giving up on the whole thing tbh -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/transmission-tf4121468.html#a12302272 Sent from the Nslu2 - Linux mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
    jonneymendoza Aug 23, 2007
  • hi can anyone kindly notify me what my error is about posted from my previous post please? also whats the command to launch ctcs or ctorrent becase from the wiki its not stated on how to launch it. -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/transmission-tf4121468.html#a12066936 Sent from the Nslu2 - Linux mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
    jonneymendoza Aug 8, 2007
  • thanks for your advice guys. i opt to try the ctorrent and when i installed the enhanced-ctorrent using ipkg intsall i get the following error: ERROR: cron.postinst returned 2 Configuring enhanced-ctorrent Configuring xinetd Note that telnetd is enabled by default. Edit /opt/etc/xinetd.d/telnetd and set 'disable=yes' to disable telnet AFTER making sure that Dropbear or other means...
    jonneymendoza Aug 4, 2007
  • 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...
    jonneymendoza Aug 2, 2007