LawBayly

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  1. 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. Yeah seems to be alot better (fixes the gui issues anyways), only issue now is I think the out of space error might still occur because it is related to the backend, I've worked around the problem for now by creating a cronjob which kills utserver if the server hits 100% space used. Thanks for the help and info.
  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. I'll try that... Thanks.
  3. I know this, 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. EDIT: Doesn't appear to in Iceweasel (Debian rebranded firefox) which seems to work best with the webgui, also sorry this kinda went off topic in the announcements section.
  4. I'd would like to know when we will expect to see another release of the x86 version of utorrent server or at least a status update to know what needs to be done to make a release. I am asking this as I feel the current x86 version is quite buggy and an update would fix at least few of the problems (e.g. I find the webgui abit buggy in google chrome (change priority doesn't work, adding a magnet link seems and downloading it seems to not show the file list without refreshing the webgui) and I lost 30GB of usage from the "out of space and download forever" bug. I'm just abit disappointed at the quality of utorrent server at the moment, despite that I am pleased with the speeds and the fact I can run the server headlessly, and the small size of the program. Please give me a status update! Thanks,