Lord Alderaan

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  1. About the diskio.sparse_files option: I understood from an old wine bug report that in windows sparse files are opt-in. Creating a file and also writing the last byte pre-allocates the file fully and truly (enough blocks are reserved). However in ext3 and similar filesystems using sparse files is default and the only way to claim all required blocks seems to be by fully writing out the whole file with zeros.
  2. Someone who says it sounds like a contradiction instead of claiming it is a contradiction already at least half-way understands how it is not...
  3. @mcdonald: Excelent! Thanks a lot for the perfectly detailed info
  4. Q: When exactly does finish_cmd fire? Is it when a torrent is downloaded (but still seeding) or when it is finished (downloaded and stopped)?
  5. @vinay1994: See Accessing WebUI here: http://forum.utorrent.com/viewtopic.php?id=33186
  6. killykirkthirsksk: Those are found (and set) in the µtorrent preferences in the Web UI section.
  7. tifaff take a look at the Accessing the WebUI section of this post. Especially the red text directly below it might it shine some light on your issue: http://forum.utorrent.com/viewtopic.php?pid=289488#p289488
  8. @thany: Use a rewriter instead: http://forum.utorrent.com/viewtopic.php?id=55908 Or replace all instances of /gui with your prefered word (/utorrent) in the webui .js files.
  9. By default the webui shows 50 torrents per page. You can go to the next/previous page with the arrows in the lower right corner of the torrent list.
  10. Detailed errors and .torrent removal are not available in the Web API atm. The µtorrent devs are working on a improved Web API for µtorrent 2.1 (Falcon) but whether these two things will be in is unclear.
  11. @3o3: This has to be done by the BitTorrent, Inc. devs in the Webui backend of µTorrent itself which means it doesn't have a high priority.
  12. @crunkdoily: That often indicates a software firewall blocking the webui.
  13. From the OP: I'm pretty sure this is fixed now And I can add RSS feeds (and they show in µTorrent) but Falcon doesn't list them yet. Also the webui.cookie has disappeared from the action=getsettings list and action=setsettings&s=webui.cookie&v={STUFF} results in an invalid request now. Both still work in 2.0.
  14. traderjoe you can't even do that with µTorrents own GUI.