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The Transmission team describes it as follows: “Transmission has been built from the ground up to be a lightweight, yet powerful Bit Torrent client.

Its simple, intuitive interface is designed to integrate tightly with whatever computing environment you choose to use.

HOWEVER, after a few more hours of tinkering, trying to downgrade to the previous version, etc, I finally just got fed up and removed all transmission packages withand rebooted the system, Then installed like normal. I did have to replace the default to get my tweaks back in there, but everything seems to be gravy now Thanks for the help, just needed somewhere to outline my issues so my brain could wrap around it.

I've used r Torrent and w Torrent (which I've already posted how to set up) and also ru Torrent and various Web UIs for r Torrent but I've came to the conclusion that the best way (for me at least) for remote Bittorrent download is Transmission Remote GUI - I've been using it for a few days now and love it.

To change ownership of the directories to the debian-transmission user and it’s group type the following.

, and is set to replace the Gnome Bit Torrent client that Ubuntu has used up until now.

Transmission strikes a balance between providing useful functionality without feature bloat.” Transmission uses little resources, and we’ve heard of people running it on their routers, NAS devices and even mobile phones.

In this article, I will cover installing and configuring transmission-daemon in a headless (but should work on a normal Debian / Ubuntu install too) Debian or Ubuntu machine.

Even if I simply run sudo /etc/init.d/transmission-daemon start, i get errors like "unable to save torrent file, permission denied". It seems like it's a permissions issue, but I have a user named debian-transmission that has access to the confit file, the torrent file, the download directories, everything. You may want to add `--log-debug --log-file /tmp/transmission.log` to daemon's arguments.

Depending on Ubuntu version (which you didn't tell us) it needs to be added to either defaults file (via OPTIONS=) or systemd override file (via Exec Start=).

While few new features or functionality is on show, the bump in stability is welcome nonetheless.

In the comments to our earlier article on Transmission you told us you were patiently waiting for a PPA to become available to install it (the new release comes a few weeks too late to make it into Ubuntu 16.04, either).

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