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Linux / Compiling on RasPi (OSMC) fails
« Last post by schniggers on May 31, 2019, 11:05:21 pm »
I m on OSMC, trying to install the latest version of qbittorrent-nix. I ssh into my Pi as it is headless. Following step by step this guide (, the compilation of qbittorrent always fails.

After i run

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./configure --disable-gui --enable-systemd --with-boost-libdir=/usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf
everything seems fine.

I then continue to the next step:

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make -j1
cd src/ && ( test -e Makefile || /usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/qt5/bin/qmake /home/osmc/qBittorrent-release-4.1.5/src/ QMAKE_LRELEASE= -o Makefile ) && make -f Makefile
make[1]: Verzeichnis „/home/osmc/qBittorrent-release-4.1.5/src“ wird betreten
compiling app/qtsingleapplication/qtsinglecoreapplication.cpp
compiling app/qtsingleapplication/qtlocalpeer.cpp
compiling app/application.cpp
compiling app/cmdoptions.cpp
compiling app/filelogger.cpp
compiling app/main.cpp
compiling base/asyncfilestorage.cpp
compiling base/bittorrent/filepriority.cpp
compiling base/bittorrent/infohash.cpp
base/bittorrent/infohash.cpp: In constructor ‘BitTorrent::InfoHash::InfoHash(const sha1_hash&)’:
base/bittorrent/infohash.cpp:44:43: error: invalid operands of types ‘libtorrent::digest32<160>::difference_type() noexcept {aka int() noexcept}’ and ‘int’ to binary ‘operator*’
     char out[(libtorrent::sha1_hash::size * 2) + 1];
base/bittorrent/infohash.cpp:45:5: error: ‘to_hex’ is not a member of ‘libtorrent’
     libtorrent::to_hex(reinterpret_cast<const char*>(&m_nativeHash[0]), libtorrent::sha1_hash::size, out);
base/bittorrent/infohash.cpp:45:102: error: ‘out’ was not declared in this scope
 terpret_cast<const char*>(&m_nativeHash[0]), libtorrent::sha1_hash::size, out);
base/bittorrent/infohash.cpp: In constructor ‘BitTorrent::InfoHash::InfoHash(const QString&)’:
base/bittorrent/infohash.cpp:55:19: error: ‘from_hex’ is not a member of ‘libtorrent’
         m_valid = libtorrent::from_hex(raw.constData(), 40, reinterpret_cast<char*>(&m_nativeHash[0]));
Makefile:1695: die Regel für Ziel „infohash.o“ scheiterte
make[1]: *** [infohash.o] Fehler 1
make[1]: Verzeichnis „/home/osmc/qBittorrent-release-4.1.5/src“ wird verlassen
Makefile:42: die Regel für Ziel „sub-src-make_first“ scheiterte
make: *** [sub-src-make_first] Fehler 2

it always fails at this step.
Some things which might be noteworthy:

- Adding the library path seems only to be of temporary nature, whenever i reboot the machine
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env gives me:
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osmc@osmc:~/qBittorrent-release-4.1.5$ env
SSH_CLIENT=192.168.1.XXX 44698 XXX

(I added the XXX...)
i then run export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib  and then it is there.

i veryfied that libtorrent-rasterbar is the right version by running and it confirms that i have 1.1.1..

Do you have any clues what else i can try or what the problem might be? I m working on this for couple of days now and i kinda realy want to have the newest qBittorrent version!
Thank you in advance!
Windows / Testing my translation locally in qBittorrent?
« Last post by damnit on May 31, 2019, 01:53:42 pm »
Hi there.

Is there a way to open Transifex .ts files in qBittorrent?

It's easier to make accurate and decent translations if you know the context, especially if you have limited knowledge of the target language/dialect.

That's how i started, instead of doing a line after line in Transifex, i opened qBittorrent, chose a section and then looked it all up on Transifex to translate.

But then i took a long break and now I'm lost. I would love to open my translation in qBittorrent somehow to see where i left.

Is there any way to do that? Any way to open .ts files in qBittorrent? Thanks, lads.
Suggestions / Set a limit on data over a period of time
« Last post by ctav01 on May 31, 2019, 08:23:33 am »
I would like a way to set up a limit on the upload/download/total amount of data over a period of time.  I'm thinking of something like a 30GB total per calendar day.  Thanks.
Windows / Re: uploads all of a sudden stopped
« Last post by davefan19 on May 31, 2019, 03:41:48 am »
I deleted all of the other torrents I had cached in the program when I did another uninstall. I tried just one to try it out again before I posted on the forums here. In the screenshot you can see that it says status "seeding." When this problem started all of the other torrents that I was getting after the problem were showing in the same manner.  Listed in Seeding, Completed and Active.

I'm not sure if that matters here but just wanted to share that in case it helps figure it out.

Windows / Re: uploads all of a sudden stopped
« Last post by davefan19 on May 31, 2019, 03:35:45 am »
I do not see a green light

Suggestions / Re: Don't ask about this update again
« Last post by Peter on May 31, 2019, 01:20:28 am »
Well, you can just disable "Check for updates" in advanced settings. ?
Windows / Re: uploads all of a sudden stopped
« Last post by Switeck on May 31, 2019, 12:53:51 am »
Is qBitTorrent firewalled? (no green light at bottom of its window)
Windows / uploads all of a sudden stopped
« Last post by davefan19 on May 30, 2019, 08:43:28 pm »

I am new(er) to torrents and have just used the software for DMB shows. I used the qBitorrent software and in the past when I left the program open I would see some upload stats and some of the torrents I have downloaded being uploaded.

Since maybe the beginning of this year or so I notice that no matter how long I leave the program open, nothing is uploading. If I understand correctly this is seeding? My apologies if that is the wrong term but hopefully I have explained the situation well enough to understand. I haven't changed any settings on the program. I know that the torrent community wants you to allow help in uploading as much as downloading so I do not want to lose that ability within the different communities. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling the software but that did not seem to work.

Any help would be much appreciated!
Windows / Re: Nothing is downloading
« Last post by Switeck on May 30, 2019, 07:14:32 pm »
The screenshot by the initial poster suggests a firewalled qBitTorrent.
Downloading from magnet links is a LOT harder that way.
My firewall is set to allow Qbittorrent.  Is it as simple as that? or something different?
Not if you have a router or gateway that gives your computer a LAN ip address. In that case, you'll either need to do manual port forwarding on the router or gateway if UPnP doesn't do it automatically and correctly. (which appears to not be)

The other issue of the search results being fakes is indeed possible, as that has been done in the past.
Windows / Re: Constant checking and rechecking after clean shutdown.
« Last post by klepp0906 on May 30, 2019, 05:22:29 pm »
mind you, this is exceptionally preliminary - but i had to restart for some windows update, so took advantage.

Had just started some new, huge torrents that werent of large importance so i figured id change something.  Quickest way i could eliminate (potentially) one possiblity.
Remember - am downloading to a slow, huge 5400 rpm archive drive.   

I figured the first thing that would make sense to change, that I felt tied in - was the disk cache.  Previously the problem presented and I had much changed, disk cache was set to something ginormous as I have more ram than I could ever use.  Now I was back to defaults, no problems, and changed disk cache from default of 64mb, to -1 for auto.

restarted, and poof.  rechecking.

I imagine that auto (and my previous "ginormous" setting) both cached so much data in ram, that windows spent most of its life writing it all back to disk, and it simply restarted first - data wasnt written or whathaveyou, and it initiated the re-check.

Purely talking from my ass, but like i mentioned - ill be putting in much more thorough vetting and backing up of settings when I have time to devote solely to it.
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