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    HOWTO: Install gizmod on 11.10 or 12.04

    The information in this thread has been moved to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GizmodIn11.10and12.04

    A thread for discussion of the wiki page only can be found here...
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    Re: How-to: Installing Torrent-Flux

    Did you install torrentflux to "/var/www/torrentflux/" ? Browse to "/var/www/" and see if the "torrentflux" directory exists, and then check inside to make sure you see all the necessary files. In...
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    Re: How-to: Installing Torrent-Flux

    From the guide you were following, it seems to me that you've set TorrentFlux using a virtual host in Apache. Thus the web server is capturing all web-requests and redirecting them into the...
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    Re: How-to: Installing Torrent-Flux

    In torrentflux, click "Admin" (at the top) and then "Settings". The first option, "Path", lets you specify the directory where files are saved/downloaded. You can set it to whatever you want, but you...
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    Re: How-to: Installing Torrent-Flux

    The "headers already sent" error message is almost always caused by having whitespace inside a PHP file outside of the delimiters. Check any files you've edited (like config-db.php) and make sure...
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    Re: How-to: Installing Torrent-Flux

    Strange. I really don't know.

    The only thing I can think of is that maybe transmission is using different ports. (Did you unblock some ports for torrents?) Check around and see if there are any...
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    Re: How-to: Installing Torrent-Flux

    You're very welcome.


    Yes. Install LAMP and then download torrentflux-b4rt, untar it. Then install transmission with the patch (like you just did). Then install torrentflux-b4rt. Hopefully it...
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    Re: How-to: Installing Torrent-Flux

    So you got the proper version of transmission running! That's good!


    How do you know it's running with BitTornado?

    You might have to stop all downloads to make sure that TorrentFlux fully...
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    Re: How-to: Installing Torrent-Flux

    Yes that's worth a try. How you remove the other versions depends somewhat on what you've already tried.

    You should undo that change I asked you to try awhile back (if you did indeed try it...):...
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    Re: How-to: Installing Torrent-Flux

    In Ubuntu you can select text in a terminal and then middle-click in another document to copy-paste it. If you're using something like PuTTY, you can similarly select the text and then it copies it...
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    Re: How-to: Installing Torrent-Flux

    I need some more information. What happens when you type these commands (copy everything that they output):


    $ which transmissioncli
    $ transmissioncli --help
    $ transmissioncli --version
    $...
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    Re: How-to: Installing Torrent-Flux

    Another thing I just thought of: make sure that you don't have any instances of the old version of transmission running in memory. You can check with:

    $ pgrep -l transmission
    If there are, use...
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    Re: How-to: Installing Torrent-Flux

    Does running "transmissioncli --help" (or maybe just "transmissioncli" by itself) mention a version number or that this is a "b4rt" modified version?





    This suggests that you're now using...
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    Re: How-to: Installing Torrent-Flux

    Looks okay.


    Try running "transmissioncli --help" or "transmissioncli --version". Does it tell you a version number? It should say something like:


    You can use:

    $ which transmissioncli
    to...
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    Re: How-to: Installing Torrent-Flux

    You are missing the "openssl" package (library for accessing secure https sites). Install in the usual way:

    $ sudo apt-get install openssl
    You might also need:

    $ sudo apt-get install...
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    Re: How-to: Installing Torrent-Flux

    I believe in Ubuntu the package is called "libcurl4-gnutls-dev" (that's for version 4 of curl, there is also a v.3 version of the package). So try installing that one.

    Also, for the subsequent...
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    Re: How-to: Installing Torrent-Flux

    To use transmission-cli with torrentflux-b4rt you need to make a special patched version of transmission.

    This appears to be the procedure (haven't tried this yet but it looks right...): The...
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    Re: How-to: Installing Torrent-Flux

    I've only ever used the default torrent client (BitTornado). According to this, the transmission client uses less memory, but has fewer features.

    I've never had any issues with BitTornado, so...
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    Re: How-to: Installing Torrent-Flux

    First off, it sounds like you've installed "torrentflux-b4rt" and not normal "torrentflux". Right? (Note that the instructions in this thread are for torrentflux and may or may not apply to b4rt...)...
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    Re: How-to: Installing Torrent-Flux

    Try using some other BitTorrent clients on the same port, and see if they work.

    First thing to check is that your firewall (on your computer and in your router) are set to not block the port:
    -By...
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    [ubuntu] Re: dynamic DNS substitute

    Good point, and I agree with you: a properly configured server should be fine against random probes.

    That having been said, here is a bash script that I think does what the original poster asked...
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    [ubuntu] Re: dynamic DNS substitute

    It is possible but I don't think necessary. Using a free dynamic DNS service (I use noip) is easy. They provide a utility that keeps the redirect up to date. I don't think having a resolvable name...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Keyboard Layout Question

    -There is a program called "Gizmo Daemon" which is designed for getting various input-output devices working. It's in the repositories under the name "gizmod", so you can install it easily. Gizmo...
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    Re: HOWTO: hellaNZB integration with conky

    If you invoke the hell.py script with the "-n" argument, it will return the name of the currently downloading file:

    ./hell.py -n

    If you want to get the names for other things in the queue, you...
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    [ubuntu] Re: MCE Keyboard in Ubuntu

    Can you provide some more details? Such as:
    -What parts of the keyboard work or don't work? Do the "standard keys" (letters, spacebar, etc.) work? Do the "media keys" (volume, play, pause, etc.)?...
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