- Believe it or not, seed box users are notorious about hit & running. They stick around for the initial swarm, and then seed for less than a month on that connection because hdd space is limited. This is where long seeding comes in for ‘natural’ seeders. The longest seeds are generally non box users. They may be a seed box user seeding from his home connection, but generally old seeds are natural.
Seed for ages and upload fresh content.
KB Solution ID: SOLN560|Last Revised: September 20, 2012
- Open ESET Smart Security or ESET NOD32 Antivirus. How do I open my ESET product?
- Press the F5 key to display the Advanced Setup window.
- From the Advanced Setup tree, click Antivirus and antispyware Exclusions and then click the Add… button.
- The Add exclusion window will be displayed. Using the directory tree, browse for the folder or file you wish to exclude. The directory path will automatically display In the Exclusion: field. Click OK to save the exclusion.
- Click OK again and close the main program window. Restart your computer.
- From the Advanced Setup tree, click Antivirus and antispyware Web access protection HTTP Web browsers.
- If the application you wish to exclude is listed, double-click the corresponding check box. A red ‘X’ will appear. ClickOK to save changes—you are finished. If you do not see the application you are trying to exclude, proceed to step 3.
- Click the Add button to browse and select the .exe file of the desired application. The application will appear in the list of applications to exclude. Double-click the corresponding check box until you see a red ‘X’. Click OK to save changes.
- GTK UI
- Web UI
- Install Deluge (including deluged) on the server.
- Run deluged, the Deluge daemon: (You may wish to enable logging and/or use an InitScript)
- Add a user and password to the authentication file (this does not have to be your server’s user/pass):
where “username” and “password” are the username and password you intend to use and “level” is your desired authentication level. For example:
See UserGuide/Authentication for more information on authentication levels.
Enable Remote Connection
- Run the Console UI:
- Enable remote connections and check it was set properly:
config -s allow_remote True
- Exit the Console UI:
Verify IP Addresses
- Private IP:
- Public IP:
- Run deluge.
- Go to “Preferences -> Interface” and untick ‘Classic Mode’ to disable it.
- Restart deluge. You should now see the Connection Manager pop up.
- Remove the localhost daemon.
- Click “Add” and for ‘Hostname’ enter your server’s IP. (For SSH Tunnelling use ‘127.0.0.2’ and Create SSH Tunnel before continuing)
- Leave the Port as default (58846).
- Enter the Username & Password you added to the authentication file then finish by clicking ‘Add’. A green tick should now appear as the status for the host you just added.
- (Optional) Expand “Options” and select “Automatically connect to selected host on startup” and “Do not show this dialog on start-up”.
- Click “Connect” and the connection manager pop up box should disappear.
Create SSH Tunnel
- Open up a terminal and enter the following, replacing <server> with the public IP of your server.
Note: We use 127.0.0.2 instead of localhost so that deluge client knows that we are connecting to a remote daemon.
Note: If you get the error:bind: Can't assign requested address
You need to add 127.0.0.2 as an alias for the loopback device:
- Install Deluge on the server.
- Run the deluge daemon (You may want to enable logging and/or use an InitScript.):
- Run deluge Web UI:
You can also use the –fork option to have the deluge-web process run in the background and again, you may want to use an InitScript.
- (Optional) If you do not know your server’s public ip, run:
- Open your preferred web browser.
- Open the URL:
where <server> is either the private or public ip of the server depending if you are on the server’s private network or not.
- Default password is “deluge”.
Kill process using kill command under Linux/UNIX
Step #1: First, you need to find out process PID (process id)
ps aux | grep processname
# ps aux | grep lighttpdOutput:
lighttpd 3486 0.0 0.1 4248 1432 ? S Jul31 0:00 /usr/sbin/lighttpd -f /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf
lighttpd 3492 0.0 0.5 13752 3936 ? Ss Jul31 0:00 /usr/bin/php5-cg
# pidof lighttpdOutput:
Step #2: kill process using PID (process id)
# kill 3486
# kill -9 3486
- -9 is special Kill signal, which will kill the process.
killall command examples
# killall -9 lighttpd
Kill Firefox process:
# killall -9 firefox-bin
As I said earlier killall on UNIX system does something else. It kills all process and not just specific process. Do not use killall on UNIX system (use kill -9).
I wrote tutorials on samba sometime ago but some peoples found that is not useful for them or the method couldn’t work properly for them, I also made video on samba sharing.
Now I made complete tutorial on samba configuration to share you data from Ubuntu to Windows and also Windows to Ubuntu, Its mean you can access your Ubuntu shared data from Windows and Windows Shared data from Linux Ubuntu with/without permissions. Permission is up to you, if you want to set permission or not.
Install Samba on Ubuntu/Linux Mint open Terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy the following commands in the Terminal:
I made this tutorial on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and Windows 7, It is working on all Ubuntu versions and all Windows Versions.
Method 1: How to access Ubuntu/Linux shared data from Windows
Method 2: How to access Windows shared data from Ubuntu/Linux
>> First of all How to access Ubuntu Shared Data from Windows.
Now go to Dash and search for ‘Samba‘ then open it. As shown in picture.
When Samba Server Configuration open, Click on ‘Add +’ button then click on browse >home >select user.
Now go to ‘Access‘ tab and select username from which you want to access sharing.
Now set password on your selected username for samba sharing. Enter following command to set password (change noobslab with your selected username).
Now right click on Folder which you want to share on network, then select ‘Sharing Options‘
Here is Folder Sharing options, You can choose and write whatever you want to do. Then click on ‘Create Share‘
Now open Terminal and enter following command to know your local network ip. (See the picture below and see red marks)
Note your Ubuntu/Linux Machine IP Address
It’s time to access your sharing on Windows, Now go to start and open ‘Run‘ then enter ip with double backslash. Like this (\192.168.1.3)
Now sharing will open, Now click on shared folders then windows will ask for samba username and password. You can share without username and password it’s up to you.
When you enter the username and password your shared folder will open. You can write/delete/modify whatever you want to do (It’s up to your permission implementations).
Select your Username or Everyone, I chose my username cause I want sharing restrictions.
Now click on ‘Permissions‘ button and select options as you want.
Now it’s time to check your network ip, open Command prompt or go to ‘Run‘ type ‘cmd‘.
In Windows Command Prompt write following command to know your local network ip.(See Picture Below)
Note your IP Address.
Now go to Ubuntu, Open File Browser>File Menu > ‘Connect to Server‘
Select ‘Windows Share‘ in Service type and Enter Windows IP Address in ‘Server‘ then click on ‘Connect’
Enter your Windows Selected Username and Password, then click on ‘Connect’. (Not Samba username Password)
After connect you’ll see folders, open your shared drive/folder and enter Windows username and password again. (Not Samba username and password)
Here sharing is accessed, You can write/delete/modify whatever you want to do (It’s up to your permission implementations).
That’s it. Enjoy
Disclaimer: The process in this article may seem complicated and slow, but it is designed for you to learn the basics first. The final section of the article is dedicated to making things easier and faster for everyday use. So, please don’t give up early.
lftp, OpenSSH, and OpenSSLfrom the Net category in Cygwin
sudo apt-get install lftp
Connecting to Whatbox
Open your terminal (Cygwin Terminal for Windows users). You will see a window that looks similar to below.
Start lftp and connect to Whatbox. Type
lftp sftp://[email protected]. Enter your password at the prompt. lftp keeps your password hidden, so it’s easiest to paste with the right-click menu.
lsin the terminal to show a listing of your home directory. Since most users will want to start in their files directory, type
cd filesto navigate there for the next step.
(optional) If you want your password to be saved when you create a bookmark, use the command
set bmk:save-passwords truenow.
bookmark add Whatboxwill save a bookmark to your slot named Whatbox. You can use
bookmark listto make sure it saved properly. This allows you to use
lftp Whatboxto open a connection to your slot instead of having to type out the address.
Local and Remote Navigation
cdto go down one level into a directory. You can use
cd ..to go up one level. Type
lsto see that you’re back in your home directory.
Next, you’ll use
cdto navigate directly to a directory more than one level away.
cd ~/files/Videobrings me into the directory I set up.
Now to navigate to directories on your computer with the
lcd(read: local cd) command. The directory structure will be different on Linux than with Cygwin. On Linux, simply type
lcd /path/to/directory. With Cygwin, if you want C:Download you would type
lcd /cygdrive/c/Download. To list what’s in the current local directory, add an exclamation point to the
There are two main commands used for downloading:
pgetfor files and
There are two main commands used for uploading:
putfor files and
mirror -Rfor directories.
To cancel a transfer, use
To resume partially downloaded files/directories, you will use the -c switch:
mirror -c Directory
pget -c Video1.mp4
put -c Video1.mp4
pgetcommand using segmentation is
pget -n 5 Video2.mp4, where 5 is the number of segments.
mirrorcommand using segmentation is
mirror --use-pget-n=5 Directory, where 5 is the number of segments.
You can use
jobs -vto see the speeds of the individual segments as well as the total speed.
Queues and Jobs
queuecommand will allow you to transfer files/directories while still being able to browse. The basic command to queue a file transfer will look like
queue pget Video1.mp4. To transfer entire directories,
queue mirror Directory. This adds them to your transfer queue and automatically starts the transfer if ready.
queuealone to display your transfer queue. The
jobscommand displays your current transfers and transfer queue with more detail.
You can stop your queue from automatically transferring by using
queue stop. This can be used before adding anything to your queue to prevent immediate transfer.
queue startwill start your queued transfers. To delete a transfer from your queue, add the -d switch like
queue -d #, where # is the queue number listed by
To stop and delete a running transfer, use the
killcommand. If you set lftp to allow multiple transfers simultaneously,
kill #, where # is the number listed by
jobs, will stop and delete the specified transfer.
kill allwill stop and delete all transfers.
Configuration and Aliases
- In Linux, find your lftp.conf file. It should be in /etc.
- In Windows, open the etc directory where you installed Cygwin (C:Cygwin by default) and open lftp.conf.
- Go to the end of the file and add some or all of these example aliases. Modify them to fit your needs.
queue pget -cn 5 Video1.mp4becomes
q p Video1.mp4
queue mirror -c --use-pget-n=5 Directorybecomes
q m Directory
Tips and Tricks
- The Tab key autocompletes file and directory names. It also autocompletes commands.
- Files and directories with spaces or special characters need special handling. The easiest method is to put quotes around the file/directory names.
- You can cycle through peviously used commands with the Up and Down arrow keys.
- To quit lftp, type
exit. Then type
exitagain to close the terminal.
# 1: Uncompress tarball
$ tar zxf file.tar.gz
$ tar zxf file.tgz
$ tar jxf file.tar.bz2
$ tar jxf file.tbz2
Now change directory
$ cd path-to-software/
# 2: Build and install software
# make install
- ./configure will configure the software to ensure your system has the necessary functionality and libraries to successfully compile the package
- make will compile all the source files into executable binaries.
- Finally, make install will install the binaries and any supporting files into the appropriate locations.
# 3: Read INSTALL / README file
$ vi INSTALL
Setting up an SSH server on Ubuntu is about as simple as it gets. The server of choice is OpenSSH.
sudo apt-get install ssh
> ssh localhostThe authenticity of host ‘localhost (127.0.0.1)’ can’t be established.
RSA key fingerprint is 98:8a:b8:b2:9e:8a:84:e0:d4:08:27:fb:74:f0:de:d4.
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?
1. Install the Ubuntu GNOME packages
sudo apt-get install ubuntu-gnome-desktop ubuntu-gnome-default-settings
When prompted, select GDM as the default display manager.
sudo dpkg-reconfigure gdm
It is also a good idea to remove the “ubuntu-settings” package:
sudo apt-get remove ubuntu-settings
2. Install missing GNOME 3 packages
sudo apt-get install gnome-documents gnome-boxes
Note: Boxes is only available on 64bit due to a bug!
3. Upgrade GNOME Control Center, Nautilus, Totem and other GNOME 3 packages to version 3.6.x
Add the PPA using the following command:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gnome3-team/gnome3
Then, launch Software Updater from Dash / menu and use it to upgrade your packages.
4. Remove overlay scrollbars
sudo apt-get remove overlay-scrollbar*
UPDATE March 2013: The latest version is now 1.13 with support for LDD 4.3.5. If you have a previous version, you should download the new version. NOTE, installing a new version will remove your previously imported LDD-files, but hopefully it’s not too much work to import them again.
Note that this software requires MS Access 2003 or higher. If you don’t have it installed on your PC, you need to download and install the free Access 2003 runtime first. Read more in the link below.
Download LDD Manager and help file here.
I used this to take models and then export an XML file formatted for bricklink.