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  1. Uh, you don't deserve a thank you. you didn't do anything helpful. we know it works fine with the actual upx stub that runs at runtime. we've been doing it for 2 months now or so. whether or not it decompresses with the upx tool is unimportant. The EXE is signed after the extra sections are added + compressed, and the signature is only valid if the file hasn't been tampered with.
  2. And here's the ubuntu 12.04 build. This one requires openssl 1.0.
  3. It's still just normal upx (with --brute --lzma). but maybe the decompressor freaks out on the additional resources at the end. Anti-virus apps already know how to unpack the executable, so you aren't really getting anything by doing that, and upx has no known bugs or instability problems.
  4. you need to configure your browser to allow context menus to be replaced by javascript.
  5. It was built for 10.10 and not guaranteed to work on other platforms, but it often will. But sometimes your glibc is different and it won't.
  6. Well, it's been a long time since the last build. There's a new 3.0 up, build 27079. Built for Ubuntu 10.10, so it requires openssl 0.9.8. I'll hopefully have some other platforms up soon.
  7. Well, it's been a long time since the last build. There's a new 3.0 up, build 27079. Only for Ubuntu 10.10, so it requires openssl 0.9.8. I'll hopefully have some other platforms up soon.
  8. Are people still seeing the issue with partfile writing forever at the end of the torrent (or flushing to disk endlessly)? If so, can anyone here reproduce that consistently? If you can, we need repro steps. The torrent itself is helpful, but we need to know: piece size, # of pieces, the size of the files you skipped, the size of the files near it that aren't skipped, how much disk space is left
  9. New 3.2 up with a slew of fixes. Also, here's a test build of 3.2 This is similar to today's 3.2, but has the random access file flag disabled and turns on Windows buffering. In theory, this should improve disk performance and also have windows not go out of control in memory usage. The random access flag causes Windows to hold cached memory for that file for almost forever. By not using it, it will throw pages away instead of evicting everything else out of memory. Please try it and download large files in particular. Keep watch on the overall system memory usage in Task Manager while using it.
  10. There is no gzip involved.
  11. The inability to download anything in 3.3 with partfiles turned on?
  12. 3.2 isn't really much different from 3.1 or earlier versions... it just fixes bugs and makes the GUI perform a bit better. 3.3 is really the first one to have large changes to the way things work internally.
  13. Thanks for the report. We'll take a look into that.
  14. Well, don't force them. It's a minor issue. It'll get fixed later. Stop using the alpha if it bugs you.
  15. Firon

    µTorrent WebUI

    Chrome doesn't allow username and password in URLs. It strips them out.
  16. I'd just try 3.2 if I were you. It's been rock solid for me.
  17. This means you have a corrupted settings.dat. Open %AppData%\uTorrent, delete settings.dat and settings.dat.old with uT closed.
  18. For those of you who skipped files but uT gets stuck at flushing to disk, I need some information: 1) the torrent that you experienced the problem on 2) exactly what files you skipped 3) your settings.dat 4) whether this is a local disk, an external disk, fileshare, etc Please email this to me, firon at utorrent dot com. Or post it here in the forums.
  19. It hangs on occasion with lots of magnet links. This is fixed in 3.2.
  20. build number reflects the date of release' date=' nothing as modernity, relating to 3.0, 3.1, or 3.2 for instance ![/quote'] Build number increases monotonically across ALL branches of development so... it means nothing in terms of where it lies in relation to other versions.
  21. New build up with a slew of fixes.
  22. It doesn't work that way. You don't "trigger" a UAC prompt - the app has to actually explicitly request elevation. So the access denied stuff is a red herring.