Torrent client for LE 10.0

  • I am using QBittorrent from the Thoradia Add-On Repository for my LE 9.2.

    An update would be nice to have ( 4k on the RPi 4 ) but Thoradia is not developing new add-ons.

    Are there other Repos ?


    Thanks

  • If i install docker i will get Qbittorrent?

    This ssh command will install docker transmission:

    it works very well and the CPU consumption is lower when idle than in the case of docker qbittorrent.


    The configuration web is at http://<device-ip>:9091 (user: transmission, password: libreelec).

  • great news.

    I was trying and install the linuxserver.io Docker add on.

    in this addon repo are not all programms from the fleet site.

    When i connect the RBi with the ssh and I copy paste the code I only get the message: -sh: docker: not found


    I was hoping it is so easy,... but...


    Thanks for the help


    edit: I reinstalled it and now I get to the docker.

    whats the code for Qbittorrent?

    Edited once, last by patrik ().

  • Hi elonesna ,

    Your solution works great, but how do you set Transmission download path to an external drive? (in your command, I tried to change the "-v /storage/.config/dockers/transmission/downloads" to my path, but it doesn't seem to work)

    Thanks,

    Joe

    Edited once, last by Joe984 ().

  • Hi elonesna ,

    Your solution works great, but how do you set Transmission download path to an external drive? (in your command, I tried to change the "-v /storage/.config/dockers/transmission/downloads" to my path, but it doesn't seem to work)

    Thanks,

    Joe

    Same here. It downloads, but it never goes to the path.

  • Ok, I got it working. You need to:

    1. change the "-v /storage/.config/dockers/transmission/downloads" line to your external path

    (for example: -v /media/MYDRIVE/MyDownloads:/downloads \)

    *and*

    2. in the web UI, set the "Download to:" field to /downloads

  • Ok, I got it working. You need to:

    1. change the "-v /storage/.config/dockers/transmission/downloads" line to your external path

    (for example: -v /media/MYDRIVE/MyDownloads:/downloads \)

    *and*

    2. in the web UI, set the "Download to:" field to /downloads

    You are my HERO!

    The only thing I had to do was to change the "download to:"

  • hello, I followed the installation, I am accessing transmission, but when I try to start a download, it cannot find the path I specified in the docker AND in the interface. This tells me: unknown free space ... I checked the access rights they are good.

    you have an idea ?


    docker run -d \

    --name=transmission \

    -e PUID=0 \

    -e PGID=0 \

    -e TZ=Europe/Paris \

    -e USER=***** \

    -e PASS=***** \

    -p 9091:9091 \

    -p 51413:51413 \

    -p 51413:51413/udp \

    -v /var/media/Films/Films/config:/config \

    -v /var/media/Films/Films:/downloads \

    -v /var/media/Films/Films/watch:/watch \

    --restart unless-stopped \

    lscr.io/linuxserver/transmission