Jimble wrote:I'm currently getting an error saying ERROR: read only file system, when i try to start a download, it begins but when it gets to about 2mb it stops and the error appears... Im using a file on my HDD that I've previously downloaded to and i have plugged it into my Mac to make sure it's read/write access and it is.
Not sure what is wrong or what else to try?
Is there any way via telnet that I can create a fresh directory on my Hard drive that is definitely going to work as a read write folder so I can download?
# poniedzialek tniemy o 16.00 (monday upload to 130KB/s at 04.00 pm)
00 16 * * 1 transmission-remote -n xxxxx:yyyyyy -u 130
# poniedzialek przywracamy up o 23 (monday upload to unlimited at 11.00 pm)
00 23 * * 1 transmission-remote -n xxxxx:yyyyyy -U
# wtorek tniemy up od 12 (tuesday upload to 130KB/s at 12.00 pm)
00 12 * * 2 transmission-remote -n xxxxxx:yyyyyyy -u 130
# wtorek przywracamy o 22 (tuesday upload to unlimited at 11.00 pm)
00 23 * * 2 transmission-remote -n xxxxx:yyyyyy -U
And for next days this is repeated
#ROZPAKOWYWANIE FILMOW (from 12.00pm to 10.00am, every 3 hours unpack films from transmission folder, download subs, convert to .srt and move to film folder)
0 24-10/3 * * * root /opt/napisy/trnt2film.sh
Jimble wrote:My Drive is formatted with the Mac OS Extended HFS...
I'm not sure why it has a problem writing to my folder. In the end I used an old rtorrent download folder that had been created when I used rtorrent in the past and this has been working for a few days now, it even survived a couple of power cycles so it's all good.
I'm going to give the beta a go as well.
player_sct wrote:Dzooky - for scheduling my transmission i use cron and simple cron script. First you must enable cron on wdtv, second create text file named root and copy/move them to your /conf folder. My root file is below:
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