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    Thanks, geekpeter. I haven't installed a chrooted Ubuntu yet. And with all the torrents I'm sucking down now that I got transmission going, soon I won't have space, hah. But I can clear some space of course, I keep putting off doing ubuntu and android but will get there eventually I guess.

    Glad I got this working, if for no other reason than to prove it could be done. Figured if optware transmission could be made to work on a RT-N16 router (which works fine btw), then it could be made to work on a touchpad, ;-)
  2. #22  
    Quote Originally Posted by texasflood View Post
    Thanks, geekpeter. I haven't installed a chrooted Ubuntu yet. And with all the torrents I'm sucking down now that I got transmission going, soon I won't have space, hah. But I can clear some space of course, I keep putting off doing ubuntu and android but will get there eventually I guess.

    Glad I got this working, if for no other reason than to prove it could be done. Figured if optware transmission could be made to work on a RT-N16 router (which works fine btw), then it could be made to work on a touchpad, ;-)
    Just wanted to say thanks for updating us on your progress, I wouldn't have been able to do this without your help.

    To add a bit for anyone else trying to do this:
    If you want to open your torrent port
    iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 34567 -m state --state NEW -j ACCEPT

    still trying to figure out how to stop it...
  3. #23  
    Quote Originally Posted by texasflood View Post
    Here's what I found in optware, not familiar with all of those packages, but I use transmission on my Ubuntu laptop.

    Running "ipkg-opt list", I see available optware packages, including:

    aria2 - 1.12.1-1 - A utility for downloading files. The supported protocols are HTTP(S), FTP, BitTorrent (DHT, PEX, MSE/PE), and Metalink.
    btpd - 0.16-1 - BTPD is a bittorrent client consisting of a daemon and a cli client, which can be used to read and/or manipulate the daemon sta
    ctcs - 1.4.1-10 - CTorrent Control Server (CTCS) is an interface for monitoring and managing Enhanced CTorrent clients
    ctorrent - 1.3.4-2 - CTorrent is a BitTorrent client written in the C programming language.
    enhanced-ctorrent - dnh3.3.2-11 - Enhanced CTorrent is a revised version of CTorrent
    libbt - 1.05-5 - a C library implementing the core BitTorrent protocol
    libtorrent - 0.12.6-1 - libtorrent is a BitTorrent library with a focus on high performance and good code.
    py-bittorrent-common - 5.0.9-2 - BitTorrent is a scatter-gather network file transfer tool.
    py25-bittorrent - 5.0.9-2 - BitTorrent is a scatter-gather network file transfer tool.
    py26-bittorrent - 5.0.9-2 - BitTorrent is a scatter-gather network file transfer tool.
    rtorrent - 0.8.6-1 - rtorrent is a BitTorrent client for ncurses, using the libtorrent library.
    torrent - 1.4-7 - a collection of scripts that processes torrent files
    torrentflux - 2.4-5 - TorrentFlux is an web-based system for managing bit torrent file transfers.
    transmission - 2.42-1 - Lightweight BitTorrent client and daemon, with web interface bundled.
    transmissiond - 1.42-1 - lightweight BitTorrent daemon with CGI WWW interface
    serious? Although I do appreciate your answer I have no idea what all of that stuff means?? I understand and respect your knowledge but can you make it a little simpler for the clueless like me? Don't mean to be rude but I'm kinda clueless..thanks.
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    Great thread, helped me get Transmission working and was an easy intro to opt-ware!

    The only thing I want to add is Transmission downloads to the space reserved for kernel memory. A large download will quickly fill that space. After you've finished installing run these commands to change the download location to somewhere in /media/internal. I use the folder transmissiondata, you can use anything just as long as it's in the internal folder.

    mkdir /media/internal/transmissiondata
    transmission-daemon -w /media/internal/transmissiondata
    I'm a man, but I can change, if I have to, I guess.
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