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It's currently impossible to visit the qbittorrent.org website in Firefox over SSL if you've visited it in the past (yesterday it wasn't possible to visit it at all, since there was no site content if you used "http://" rather than "https://").  The SSL certificate is only valid for https://qbittorrent.org/, yet the site does an immediate redirect to https://www.qbittorrent.org/.  On top of that, the old (but still persisting, due to a long expiration being used) HSTS record for the site told browsers that it's only possible to visit the site using the URL https://qbittorrent.org/.  In such a situation, Firefox (grr!) doesn't give the user any override option.  The only way to visit the site is to quit Firefox, go to your profile directory, edit the SiteSecurityServiceState.txt file, remove the line for qbittorrent.org, restart the browser, and then once the HSTS record is gone, you're allowed to override the non-matching certificate error.

Also, the forum software asks you "What yr it is now (in numbers ofc)?" when registering or posting, but the answer is not up-to-date.  It requires you to answer "2018" rather than "2019".  And "it is" should be "is it".

Danke schoen.
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Linux / Re: Ubuntu qBittorrent-nox + Web GUI won't start downloads
« Last post by Switeck on Today at 12:43:17 AM »
I meant the Execution Log window/tab in qBitTorrent...which I assume also exists even under Linux versions of qBitTorrent.
You may have to select at the top of qBT's window under VIEW, Log, (check) Show...and check the other options with it.
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Linux / Re: How install Qbittorrent on Debian?
« Last post by ReallyCoolName on January 19, 2019, 10:03:02 PM »
Can you be more specific - what errors do you get?
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Linux / Re: Ubuntu qBittorrent-nox + Web GUI won't start downloads
« Last post by xbbdc on January 19, 2019, 05:45:24 PM »
Does qBitTorrent's logger window give any clues?

Idk how to start the logger... I've downgraded QB to 4.0.3. and still fails on downloads. Upgraded back to 4.1.5 and still fails. Win10 4.14 client still works no problem.
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Windows / Re: qBittorrent 32-bit vs 64-bit - Witch one to use?
« Last post by annaxh on January 19, 2019, 03:23:34 PM »
I'm using Windows 10 64-bit and want to use qBittorrent v4.1.4 on it to seed around 100-150 active torrents.

I have 8 GB of Ram and a 1TB SATA-III 7200 RPM 64MB hard drive (no SSD...)

Witch version would be more suitable for the above configuration? Pirate Bay YIFY RARBG

Thank you in advance.
Correct -- the 64bit one won't use significantly more ram UNLESS you set its cache higher than the 32bit one can be set for.
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Cafe lounge / Re: Okay, okay I apologise,
« Last post by annaxh on January 19, 2019, 03:21:11 PM »
Dunno, I have no themes or customisation set in, it just looks like Windows 2000  despite being Windows 7.

And qBittorrent just looks, ... .. well,  'alien' is the best way I can describe it. but on Mint, KDE that I have tweaked to  look like Windows 200 'cause  I just find the 2K look suits my eyesight. But qBit doesn't look so out of place.

It's just silly little things as well when I look carefully, one that is obvious is the task list pane and the properties pane don't 'look' lined up when anything other than the 'General' tab, it is  the same in terms of layout, but for some reason it looks 'wrong' on Windows.
True. I never had issues reverting WindowBlinds, and you can also add Exception apps in there.
But uxtheme patched themes always killed my OS. Torrent     https://downloader.vip/vpn/        https://tutuappx.com/
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Yes, I could keep both sets of torrents in the same client, and I have done so in the past without issue, but I would like to segregate them.  This allows me to customize the columns in each instance differently.

My "dual" setup works, it would just be nice if the process of setting it up was more user friendly.  I spent quite a bit of time searching for ways to allow two installations on the same machine, then it occurred to me that I could probably use a second account, then I talked with some folks in my private tracker's IRC, then I tested various methods of launching programs, then I tested my theory with one small torrent successfully, then I finally imported all of my torrents to the new user's installation... it was a long, lightly-documented process.
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Any of you have compiled qbittorrent under msvc with openssl 1.1.0 or 1.1.1 ? The tutorials are for 1.0.2, and 1.1.x seems to change the process of building it, and the lib names...
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Windows / Re: Advanced configuration for server with many resources
« Last post by Robertomcat on January 18, 2019, 07:04:36 PM »
Search for posts by Fusk on the subject at this forum, he's probably the most experienced with qBitTorrent at-or-near gigabit/sec speeds.
I found this link, which is a collection of links that you made this past year, to see if I can find the best configuration. Thank you!
https://qbforums.shiki.hu/index.php/topic,5870.msg27951.html#msg27951
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Windows / [Tool/Source] Magnet URL to WebUI
« Last post by Requi on January 18, 2019, 06:24:58 PM »
Hello,

since I'm using qBittorrent on my server with the inbuilt WebUI it's always a bit of a hassle to add new torrents, especially when it's multiples (copy, switch tab, paste, switch tab and so on). I thought, why not make a tool which registers for the magnet URL and adds it via the WebUI.

So I did exactly that and made it open-source:
GitHub: https://github.com/RequiDev/magnet-to-webui

Maybe some of you find some use for it as well :)
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