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Re: rTorrent: The Definitive Guide for the WDTV   

Postby recliq » Mon Feb 06, 2012 9:06 am

Very odd...
It's normal that OSX will mark the file as hidden, because it IS a hidden file (files starting with a dot are hidden files in *nix).

Can you post the bug report from webend?
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Re: rTorrent: The Definitive Guide for the WDTV   

Postby avokin » Mon Feb 06, 2012 9:16 am

recliq wrote:Very odd...
It's normal that OSX will mark the file as hidden, because it IS a hidden file (files starting with a dot are hidden files in *nix).

Can you post the bug report from webend?


I powered the device off and switched it on - and it helps! I can see my flash drive mounted to /tmp/mnt . Before I switched device off from remote control, may be it was the reason of my troubles.

RMerlin, recliq thank you for response. I'm going to finish rtorrent set up.
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Re: rTorrent: The Definitive Guide for the WDTV   

Postby recliq » Mon Feb 06, 2012 10:02 am

Tip of the day: When we say reboot we mean reboot, that's either pulling the plug or typing reboot in telnet/ssh or klicking reboot in webend.
Powering the unit down with remote is only standby and it's not sufficent when you need to reboot. ;) :mrgreen:
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Re: rTorrent: The Definitive Guide for the WDTV   

Postby ashoknb » Tue Feb 07, 2012 1:44 am

i recently jumped from the flash to the ext3 boot version 1.05.04 5.1.1.1 on my wdtv live . i have setup a swap file of 512mb on a usb drive which is on a 4 port hub with my rtorrent destination drive . problems seem to arise after i experimented with nfs ( i was unsuccessful in the xmounting procedure ) and hence i disabled the same. in the mean time i am losing samba shares on my win7 machine which is similarly wired to the router as is the wdtv live. i have to manually enable samba server from the webgui . also rtorrent doesnot show any of the torrents at startup . i need to manually stop and then start rtorrent from webgui . after that , rtorrent is working great and so is samba server . :?
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Re: rTorrent: The Definitive Guide for the WDTV   

Postby Jimble » Thu Feb 09, 2012 2:41 am

Is it possible to include any type of bit Guard in rtorrent?

or has anyone got any tips and tricks to anonymous downloads.

It would be nice to know that my traffic wasn't being snooped on.

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Re: rTorrent: The Definitive Guide for the WDTV   

Postby b1ackmai1er » Fri Feb 10, 2012 7:02 am

Hello,

Will the next release include rtorrent .89?

I ask because the Peer authentication certificates can be resolved in this release.

I cannot see that there is any solution with the current .86 release in .511

Thanks.
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Re: rTorrent: The Definitive Guide for the WDTV   

Postby kroetkroet » Fri Feb 10, 2012 9:48 am

If you're a bit hardcore, you could opt to run ext3 version of wdlxtv, then you can try to update rtorrent yourself :lol:
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Hardcore   

Postby b1ackmai1er » Sat Feb 11, 2012 5:46 am

OK, now your getting me excited, is there a guide to setting up the cross-compile environment for wdlxtv? I did a search but only found bits of information, nothing comprehensive.

Can I run binaries from debian "mipsel" packages without recompiling?

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Re: Hardcore   

Postby recliq » Sat Feb 11, 2012 8:09 am

b1ackmai1er wrote:OK, now your getting me excited, is there a guide to setting up the cross-compile environment for wdlxtv? I did a search but only found bits of information, nothing comprehensive.

Even more easy, compile directly on WDTV:
http://forum.wdlxtv.com/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=494

b1ackmai1er wrote:Can I run binaries from debian "mipsel" packages without recompiling?

Yes. Use .debs for debian lenny.
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Re: rTorrent: The Definitive Guide for the WDTV   

Postby mad_ady » Sat Feb 11, 2012 9:08 am

Added an entry for that link on the wiki
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