im not sure if it can log the stats in terminal mode... Seriously, your best option is to use transmission gui mode (its fast, easy to use, and likely can log stats easier than terminal mode) or to run rtorrent in terminal mode and copy the whole terminal contents when youre done..... Im not exactly a pro at torrenting, but youre asking for something a little difficult i think :O
So who want videos will take it and who want audios will take it and who want html will take...etc
Also suppose that those tutorials are by Italian France language so now i have 5*3=15 folders i have to torrent them right ?
Imagin if i have 100 languages ?
Dont you believ me ? as you want...
Any more suggestions ?
what you are looking for is torrent server not client. client is for user.
stats can be monitored with other programmes.
here is one out of the box solution: http://www.turnkeylinux.org/torrentserver
as you can see here you can read data elsewhere. http://www.techradar.com/news/intern...server-1055882
if you can read it you can set it up to be logged.
Turnkey is preconfigured Debian stable.
i am preety sure yuu can do the same in Ubuntu if you install the necessary programs.
another option is uTorrent server: http://blog.bittorrent.com/2010/09/0...ver-for-linux/
or to setup deluge to do it: http://linuxhomeserverguide.com/mediaserver/deluge.php
Last edited by mastablasta; September 17th, 2013 at 02:34 PM.
Also How can i seed my torrents with deluge ?
i have searched many times but no luck
Any an idea ?
I have installed a torrent program (it's called TBDev.2009(Final).rev.295) and i have followd installations instructions precisely...when i'm trying to log in all i get is a white page nothing more i have tried to visit some other pages but no luk the same result...
NOTE : i'm sure php is working.
Any an idea ?
Last edited by Raafat1991; September 19th, 2013 at 03:16 PM.