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Linux / Speed Problems on Linux with QB
« Last post by BigEd on October 21, 2018, 01:33:55 AM »
Recently upgraded to Mint 19 and QB 4.1.3. Prior I was using Mint 18.3. My internet Speeds from are 113Mbps download and 12Mbps upload. I was always getting 7-9Mbps download speeds, even with 4.1.3 but now can't get over 950kbps per torrent. I can download 6-7 torrents and each will get upto an average of 800-950kbps but none over this 950kbps mark. I have everything open, full speed

So using vmware I loaded up a fresh install of mint 18.3 and updates and then a default install of QB 3.3.1
and my downloads were up where they belong in the 7Mb-9Mb speeds per torrent. Great, happy again. Now I take and update QB to 4.1.3 and the speeds are now in the 800-950kbps same as my regular desktop. Next I completely remove QB, clean up and reinstall and lock 3.3.1 and no change, still at 800-950 mark. And yep, speedtest is still on mark.

The server I'm pulling torrents from is my own server all the time. So it isn't a seeding problem on that end.

What can I be missing that would cause this? Anyone else have this problem? Driving me crazy...
Windows / How do I check if after download commands are working?
« Last post by orcoboi on October 20, 2018, 03:24:35 PM »
I tried with a couple of complex commands that were supposed to help organize my download library, but when I noticed that they were not working I tried a simpler one like
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"whoami > D:/Media/log.txt" but even that didn't produce an output, but I suspect that it may be due to the changes in 4.0. So my question is: what is a command that is supposed to work that I can try to check if I'm the one messing up?
Windows / How to prevent column widths auto-resizing when resizing main window?
« Last post by pstein on October 20, 2018, 10:33:47 AM »
In my qBittorrent I setup the columns to show and their widths according to my taste.

However when I resize the qbittorrent main window then the widths of all the columns are automatically resized as well.

I don't want this!

How can I prevent auto-resizing of column widths?

Windows / Where are the options saved? Ex+Import on another qbittorent installation?
« Last post by pstein on October 20, 2018, 10:26:18 AM »
Where are the current options saved?

I want to export them (for backup purposes or to import them on another qbittorrent installation).

Can I store them somehow as an *.ini file in the qbittorrent installation directory for portable usage?

Windows / How to define RELATIVE directory paths for download/save directory?
« Last post by pstein on October 20, 2018, 10:22:31 AM »
I installed qBittorrent on an external hard disk which is connected by USB to my current computer and got the drive letter H:

Currently I specfied  absolute directory pathes for

Options-->Downloads--->Default Save path=H:\torr\qbit\incompletefiles\
Options-->Downloads--->keep incomplete torrents in=H:\torr\qbit\incompletetorr\
Options-->Downloads--->Copy .torrent files for finished downloads in=H:\torr\qbit\downloadedtorr\

Occasionally I connect the mentioned external USB hard disk to other computers like my notebook.
So it could happen that another drive letter is assigned to it.

The disadvantage is that the directories specified as above become invalid.

What I need is a way to specify RELATIVE directory paths starting from the qbittorrent installation directory
(similar to unix style) e.g.(mind the leading dot!):

Options-->Downloads--->Default Save path=.\incompletefiles\

The way with the leading dot seems not to work.

Is there another way (e.g. by entering a variable like %QBITINSTALLDIR%\incompletefiles\)

Or can this be implemented in the next release?

Thank you

Windows / Re: Can't disable UPNP in Connection tab it is greyed out
« Last post by Switeck on October 19, 2018, 09:43:09 PM »
Is anonymous mode enabled?
Windows / Re: qBittorrent 4.0.4 "erroneous BT client listening" error
« Last post by rednoise on October 19, 2018, 08:43:10 PM »
I just tried 4.1.3, and Dimeadozen still doesn't work for me. I still get the same error message, "protocol error 4 - no/erroneous BT client listening." I guess I have to resign myself that not new qBittorent versions will ever work with site.

Too bad the DIME admins aren't interested in troubleshooting this issue. qBittorrent is not the only client that doesn't work with the site. It seems pretty clear to me that the whatever is the problem with one is probably the same problem with all. If they could solve, or at least identify the problem they would allow their users a greater variety of clients.
Windows / Re: qBittorrent 4.0.4 "erroneous BT client listening" error
« Last post by phegi on October 19, 2018, 09:46:28 AM »
I think I was a bit to optimistic but the problem still exist. I looked at the wrong place for it.
Windows / Re: send magnetic links to remote qbittorrent installation
« Last post by rs232 on October 19, 2018, 09:26:00 AM »
I should have done some homework before posting this.

I have found a Firefox extension called torrent control that does the job perfectly.
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