nrgaway

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  1. I know this' date=' but even when the torrent file has been obtained from the other peers it will not show in the file list.... until I refresh the webgui. The file list doesn't seem to refresh on the fly! I usually wait until the webgui tells me the size isn't 0.00kb and then refresh it because it should show the file list at that point. I double checked just now and no it doesn't update the file list until I refresh the webgui... at least not in the x86 version using google chrome.[/quote'] Did you try using the latest webui for the windows/mac version? I use it and it is really nice compared to what shipped. I have a post in here about it about a month back. just replace the zip like follows: -r--r--r-- 1 jason jason 322296 2011-06-11 05:01 webui-linux-25053.zip -rw-r--r-- 1 jason jason 367290 2011-11-07 22:35 webui-utorrent3-25824.zip lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 25 2011-11-18 05:54 webui.zip -> webui-utorrent3-25824.zip Most features work in the new webui, very few don't. It is really nice! Good luck.
  2. I know this' date=' but even when the torrent file has been obtained from the other peers it will not show in the file list.... until I refresh the webgui. The file list doesn't seem to refresh on the fly! I usually wait until the webgui tells me the size isn't 0.00kb and then refresh it because it should show the file list at that point. I double checked just now and no it doesn't update the file list until I refresh the webgui... at least not in the x86 version using google chrome.[/quote'] Did you try using the latest webui for the windows/mac version? I use it and it is really nice compared to what shipped. I have a post in here about it about a month back.
  3. I can confirm this works; I took the webui.zip from the lastest and greatest windows build and replaced the linux one with it. This is freaking awesome!! Its like I have a new version of uTorrent since I can only use it headless on linux. You may find some subtle bugs or missing functionality. Right now' date=' if the Mac's webui.zip is derived from what I think it is, there is a different index.html for each product, which defines certain variables that help identify the product on which it should run, so there may be some unexpected deficiencies, but my guess is that they will be either entirely cosmetic or relatively minor. The next release of uTorrent Server will have this web UI, or something roughly equivalent (with RSS support, etc.). I used the latest windows webui.zip since it seemed to be the most recent. Most everything seems to work, but there are very few things that don't as you suggested would not, but all in all I am very satisfied until a new build comes out.
  4. I can confirm this works; I took the webui.zip from the lastest and greatest windows build and replaced the linux one with it. This is freaking awesome!! Its like I have a new version of uTorrent since I can only use it headless on linux. I can't believe how improved the UI is compared to the version shipped with the last linux build. For those interested, it has almost everything in there that the windows version does, including RSS editor and full configuration menu. Only thing missing at first glance is the ability to 'Advanced -> Set download location...'; once it has that I will be very happy (even more than now hehe).
  5. Since the linux server shares codebase with other version is it possible to take the webui.zip from a Mac and use it on ubuntu linux installation? I am trying to activate the feature that allows me to change the location of the downloaded file via the context menu. Or do I just need to wait for a newer release?