jeps92

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  1. I want to use µTorrent in Linux (Ubuntu 11.04 64 bit) with Wine (wine 1.3XX), but somehow the background colour in the "Torrents window" is set to black. Does anybody know of a way to change this and to get a default white background. The "Apps" section isn't working in Linux/Wine so I am not able to get another skin. I am sort of/litteraly in the dark here Regards
  2. Yeah, pretty sure. UPNP has worked on all 1.8.1 releases except this one. It finds my PC, probably because I am running Windows mediacenter. But that's also what happened when I was using other 1.8.1 versions. The earlier versions always continued searching for other UPNP devices until they found my router. It looks like this one just stops after finding its own PC.
  3. This release is kind of a set-back for for me. I am running Windows Vista 64bit and have not been troubled with the "Vista bug" This RC1 release only tries to find UPNP services on the local PC address. It doesn't find my router at all. The last Beta worked flawlessly regarding this point, it couldn't find my external IP though. So the UPNP function is more or less broken now (on my PC that is). Edit: 1 one observation. In the statistics window, the number of "half-open" connections seems much to high (very close to the max. numer=12). I am only on a private server with DHT disabled and only 20 connections in total. I don't know if it the statistics are wrong og if the program doesn't free the connection attempts (or something completely different )
  4. [10:41:40] UPnP: Discovered new device: http://192.168.0.1:4444/wipconn [10:42:19] UPnP: ERROR -5 mapping port 29466 -> 192.168.0.111:29466; Deleting Mapping and trying again [10:42:39] UPnP: ERROR -5 removing port 29466 [10:42:59] UPnP: ERROR -5 mapping port 29466 -> 192.168.0.111:29466 [11:03:40] UPnP: ERROR -5 mapping port 29466 -> 192.168.0.111:29466; Deleting Mapping and trying again [11:04:00] UPnP: ERROR -5 removing port 29466 [11:04:20] UPnP: ERROR -5 mapping port 29466 -> 192.168.0.111:29466 [11:25:00] UPnP: ERROR -5 mapping port 29466 -> 192.168.0.111:29466; Deleting Mapping and trying again [11:25:20] UPnP: ERROR -5 removing port 29466 Is this normal. It seems that the programs actually deletes the mapping of the port, and thereby is loosing all its active connections. Then the programs initiates the portmapping again and then 20 minutes later it drops all its connections again. And why does it say "UPnP: ERROR -5", when it works? It is a D-Link 4300 router.