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  1. #2271

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    How I can manually update rtorrent to the lastest version 0.9.2 ?


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  3. #2272

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    thanks!
    Did the config of rtorrent adjust to the PC hardware(such as Bandwidth and RAM) automaticly during the installation process.
    or I need set the config file myself.

  4. #2273

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    If I try to upload a .torrent file larger than 1.5MB thru the web interface, it gives the error "Failed to add torrent". The workaround is to upload .torrent files to the rtorrent "watch" folder in order for them to load properly.


    Can this be changed in the .rtorrent.rc file or is it a file size limitation through the webserver that can be changed?


    Any ideas how this can be resolved?

  5. #2274

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    This script looks awesome but does anyone know how to make this script work with NAT vps where only a small # of ports are open for you? There doesn't seem to be the option to choose the port for the Rtorrent client during installation. Is there a way to change it after installation?

    if it's not possible or if another solution is easier, any know of any script or guide out there that install seedbox on a NAT VPS?

    I'm still learning and any advice or pointers would be highly appreciated!

  6. #2275

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    upload the torrent via FTP to the watch folder and it will get loaded.

  7. #2276

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    Hello, I installed the script on a virtual machine with ubuntu 14.04 and ran perfectly. I ask, how to change the create plugin to see the evolution of creating the .torrent file (hashed pieces) instead of the just a rolling bar?

    * Create plugin showing just rolling bar (seedbox of the script):




    * Create plugin showing hashed pieces (from my seedbox):


  8. #2277

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    I've been getting a bit tired of the "This page is not secure" because of the self signed certificates and tried using the Let's encrypt certificates since they're free from Certbot

    However, it seems they are not added to apache - Anyone have any idea about how I can get that working so I can avoid the message about rutorrent not being secured? I've got my seedbox running on a domain.

  9. #2278

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silece View Post
    I've been getting a bit tired of the "This page is not secure" because of the self signed certificates and tried using the Let's encrypt certificates since they're free from Certbot

    However, it seems they are not added to apache - Anyone have any idea about how I can get that working so I can avoid the message about rutorrent not being secured? I've got my seedbox running on a domain.
    I'd like this as well. While I've learned to put up with the security warning, it would be nice if I didn't have to see it.

  10. #2279

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silece View Post
    I've been getting a bit tired of the "This page is not secure" because of the self signed certificates and tried using the Let's encrypt certificates since they're free from Certbot

    However, it seems they are not added to apache - Anyone have any idea about how I can get that working so I can avoid the message about rutorrent not being secured? I've got my seedbox running on a domain.
    Should be able to install with domain.

    How do you move from using a Self-Signed Certificate to Let's Encrypt? - Help - Let's Encrypt Community Support

    Certificate self-signed but signed by letsencrypt - Help - Let's Encrypt Community Support

    Would love to incorporate certbot but rarely, people have domain and its additional cost for seedbox user. The warning for self signed cert crops only once at first use, should not be of much trouble for average seedbox suer.
    RIP WHAT

  11. #2280

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    When will Ubuntu 17.04 support be added?


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