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Generic / is not a valid IP address and was rejected while applying the list of...
« Last post by boeggild on October 15, 2018, 06:52:18 PM »
Hi everyone.

I just installed qBittorrent via a Docker Image on Ubuntu.

When i try to add a torrent from another Docker image the following is logged in qbittorrent.log

"  is not a valid IP address and was rejected while applying the list of banned addresses"

Any idea why my IP is rejected or how to turn of this check?

Kind regards
Kasper
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Windows / I'd like to use qBittorent on two Windows account
« Last post by nincshalozat on October 15, 2018, 06:35:37 PM »
Hi guys,
I have two Windows' accounts. I'd like to use qBittorent on each of them.  But after I installed the software, practically two separate apps were created because the software uses the folders in C:\Users\ACCOUNT\AppData\... to store its own settings. I'd like to have this app to run on each account side by side. Now if I add a torrent on one of them it doesn't appear on the other one.
Thanks for your help!
nincshalozat
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Windows / Re: RSS feed causes massive memory leak
« Last post by Switeck on October 15, 2018, 04:06:31 PM »
qBitTorrent devs seem tied up on core features crapping out.

I don't know if there's ANYBODY doing RSS feed work beyond making sure it doesn't explode on compiling.
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Windows / Re: Odd behaviour when moving torrents
« Last post by Switeck on October 15, 2018, 04:05:00 PM »
There seems to be a couple torrent/file move errors with qBT at the moment.

They're being looked at/worked on by the devs...
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I sometimes check using other BT clients (Deluge and uTorrent) just to be certain.
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Windows / Re: After upgrade to 4.1.3 All my old torrents redownloaded
« Last post by Jim_58 on October 15, 2018, 03:43:34 PM »
4.1.3 currently. I can't recall the last version I had, but it had been the most recent.
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In the past, I've had to remove and re-add torrents to get them to point at the files locations and actually seed something.

I don't plunk around much with qBitTorrent in the last couple years because i have other things I'm doing, so I'm really not sure what's fixed and what isn't anymore. :(

Thanks for your reply,

That's exactly what I've done too, that helped for other files in some cases.
Unfortunately not for that specific file, that didn't do the trick, because the same repeated errors occurred again when, now while moving after download finished.
Meaning ... malformed or corrupt file?
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Windows / Odd behaviour when moving torrents
« Last post by Jamesbon153 on October 15, 2018, 06:22:22 AM »
Hi , there I'm James.
So this is the scenario (Windows 10):

- Had a few downloads lying around the desktop. Big files, around 30gb each
- Right clicked said files in qbittorrent, chose "set path", moved them to a different folder so they don't stay on the desktop
- Everything moves instantly, except for two file folders.
- Wait for about 20 minutes, they're still there on the desktop; meanwhile, bittorrent is using 100% disk
- Close qbittorrent, still runs at 100% disk for 20 minutes more
- Bittorrent process closes, one of the two remaining folders dissapears to the new location; one folder is still left on desktop.
- Restart qbittorrent, all of the moved torrents say: files missing
- Press the start button on one of them to see if that forces recheck, starts redownloading instead
- Close qbittorrent, move the files back to the desktop
- Open qbittorrent, 'missing files' is gone, except for the one I accidentally restarted downloading earlier. It succesfully rechecked.
- One of them still has missing files. Turns out, this one is the only one that had its path updated, so I had to right click and set its location to desktop because, as I said earlier, I moved all of the files back to the desktop so they would seed.

There is only one drive and partition on my computer.
?????????
So... did I do something wrong? If it succesfully moved some files, why did I have to move them back to the desktop for them to seed? How can I prevent this in the future?
??????????????
And most importantly, can I trust the integrity of those files? It would be annoying to redownload 100+ gigs just to make sure I didn't screw the files up by simply moving them to another folder.

Thanks in advance.
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Windows / Re: After upgrade to 4.1.3 All my old torrents redownloaded
« Last post by hcezz on October 15, 2018, 05:18:21 AM »
hello which version of QB are you using please?
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Linux / Selected Torrent won't Download
« Last post by smilliken on October 15, 2018, 04:06:07 AM »
Version 4.1.3 installed on a Debian based 64 bit distro was working jut fine until the upgrade to ver 4.1.3. The search produces numerous option for downloading, but when the torrent is selected, nothing shows up in the downloading window. If I select another torrent, it will advise 'Magnet link is already queued for processing.

What has happened to Qbit?
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