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Introductions / Re: Hello Every one
« on: September 25, 2018, 11:34:31 PM »
Welcome to the forums! :)

Cafe lounge / Re: Qbittorrent forum for reading and posting reseed requests
« on: September 15, 2018, 09:34:27 PM »
Nemo put it nicely... this is a forum for/about the product, not a place for piracy. :)
Also, let's say I want torrent X, from tracker Z. The chances that someone here randomly having the same file, at the same tracker... would be minuscule. :-/

Cafe lounge / Re: qBittorrent Discord server
« on: September 15, 2018, 09:32:39 PM »
yeah, I am in several groups on it, but to me, Telegram groups feel very underpowered compared to Discord.
I mean, on one hand, Terrorist groups trust Telegram, so that must mean something.... but still, Discord only requires a user and password (no personal data like phone number), so I kinda prefer it. Discord is more like a rich IRC experience, while Telegram is like WhatsApp really. I do my personal and business talks 100% on Telegram, it's a great software. Just group chats are messy.

I believe the CPU load seems high only because the CPU uses speedstep.
Change your Windows power profile to High Performance and then you can see the real CPU load by qBittorrent. :)

ie.: If your PC has no load, it will scale down the CPU. Like to 800mhz. Now, with 800mhz, even small tasks count and result in a higher load. But if you go to normal proper speeds, it will show as just a 5% load or something. To be fair, there is really no faster client out there. GUI wise uTorrent is native compared to Qt in qBittorrent, but GUI is not updated all that often IMO. And the core is C++ for both.

I feel like this client is really starting to come together now

Don't know about yuo mate, but been using it since version 2 happily on every hardware from x86, x86_64, ARM, on Linux, BSD, Windows... on servers with gbps or better connection, on home, on NAS, on routers... so yeah. I do agree, I like the continuous improvements, but the client has been very good for a long while now IMO.

Amazing script, just helped a user on Discord with it.
Deluge version was used.

- You have to replace the line 10:
Code: [Select]
OLD: ""
NEW: ""

- I had to install the "Go deps" by hand:
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go get
go get
go get
go get

- Then I just used this command (which is duh):
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go run deluge2qbt-fixed.go -c ~/.config/qBittorrent/qBittorrent.conf -d ~/.local/share/data/qBittorrent/BT_backup/ -s ~/.config/deluge/
Again, thank you OP for the wonderful, superb work. It worked like a charm.

Suggestions / Re: Best Torrenting Sites
« on: August 12, 2018, 11:21:53 PM »
It really depends.
What type of content are you looking for?
Do you want a closed (registration or invitation needed) or open site?

- If you enable Proxy, it does not UPNP forward because it makes no sense. (All proxy renders you passive.)

MAC / Re: What to do when qBittorrent quits unexpectedly?
« on: August 12, 2018, 06:46:34 PM »
You should open a ticket on the Github bug tracker, that's the safest bet. At no point it should just crash spontaneously.

Linux / Re: invalid port problem
« on: August 12, 2018, 06:45:42 PM »
Sooo the tracker tab, down at the bottom says "invalid port"?
That's the tracker replying to you... Well, first I would simply move my port, maybe even try the default bittorrent port which is 6881.
I mean it cannot hurt...

Windows / Re: qBittorent won't close
« on: August 12, 2018, 06:42:47 PM »
Happens to me when I have INCREDIBLE amounts of cache piled up + LOADS of downloading torrent. And a slow HDD.
If I press quit, it will try to flush everything, and succeeds, but there is some timeout I suppose and a very low-memory process remains that I have to close by hand IF I ever want to relaunch the client in the same session. That said, this is such an edge case, it does not even bother me. Not every day I will download terabytes.

Ps.: That's not saying "wow devs don't care", I am sure there is a ticket out there, but from my personal point of view, I can live with it.

Windows / Re: Force Recheck one by one possible ?
« on: August 12, 2018, 06:40:48 PM »
I don't see the problem?
Probably because I misunderstood OP, but for me, if I need to check 30 torrents, I select them all, and they will slowly get checked.
Not sure what OP aims for...

If you wanted to check one by one (for whatever weird reason), you could cook up an AutoHotkey script that would go one-by-one. Again, it does this automatically, so? I don't know?

Linux / Re: Migrating from Transmission to qBittorrent
« on: July 17, 2018, 10:01:56 AM »
Is there a way to install openoffice writer from yum? Can I add some repository then do that?

Well, not sure how this is even related to the topic, but... which distribution are you using?

Windows / Re: Settings recommendations for 500/500 fiber
« on: July 17, 2018, 10:00:44 AM »
There is really no optimal way to do this.
- Your storage can be slow, can clog up if you download too fast. I would simply download slower. I have a fast connection but stick to like a few MB/s speeds, because do I really need that file 5 minutes faster? No. But, my system remains a lot more responsive.
- Your router can get "overloaded" / loaded with the connections. Keep them low. You can stick to the default values and have better results. I mean, increasing the numbers will not magically increase your speed. That's not how it works.

Hope that helps!

Suggestions / Re: What about Microsoft Store?
« on: July 10, 2018, 03:51:26 PM »
Sadly the Store Apps are "sandboxed", so it could be inconvenient to use... (just a thought)

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