TRK 4.0 for Linux/*BSD/MacOS is available!

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Re: Linux/*BSD/MacOS version is available!

Post by Pyth0n » Sun Feb 20, 2011 3:28 pm

I bought this App. It used to work when in Trial mode.

Now all of my downloads on torrentleech are not working anymore.
I've put the -lc: command and now loading the app just like that

/usr/bin/java -jar /usr/bin/TorrentRatioKeeperMonster.jar -ui:0 -upinc:874

yes, my upload speed sux, not more than 20kb/s hence the such high ratio increase.


I'm using transmission here and put the settings in the json file. Its just as it used to be but no ratio increase. Can anyone help me?

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Re: Linux/*BSD/MacOS version is available!

Post by administrator » Sun Feb 20, 2011 5:55 pm

Hello,

TRK stops when Trial is over. You need to activate TRK with -lc parameter:
/usr/bin/java -jar /usr/bin/TorrentRatioKeeperMonster.jar -ui:0 -upinc:874 -lc:YOUR_LC

Please keep in mind that the license key works for 1 PC. If you use it again, old TRK will stop.
TRK works with transmission and many other torrent clients. You need to setup transmission torrent client to use HTTP proxy. It will look like:
"proxy": "localhost",
"proxy-auth-enabled": false,
"proxy-auth-password": "",
"proxy-auth-username": "",
"proxy-enabled": true,
"proxy-port": 874,
"proxy-type": 0,

If it doesn't work, please try "127.0.0.1":
"proxy": "127.0.0.1",
"proxy-auth-enabled": false,
"proxy-auth-password": "",
"proxy-auth-username": "",
"proxy-enabled": true,
"proxy-port": 874,
"proxy-type": 0,

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Re: Linux/*BSD/MacOS version is available!

Post by Pyth0n » Sun Feb 20, 2011 6:05 pm

Why port 874?

Did it changed?

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Re: Linux/*BSD/MacOS version is available!

Post by administrator » Sun Feb 20, 2011 6:07 pm

Default port is 3012. Sorry.

"proxy": "localhost",
"proxy-auth-enabled": false,
"proxy-auth-password": "",
"proxy-auth-username": "",
"proxy-enabled": true,
"proxy-port": 3012,
"proxy-type": 0,

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Re: Linux/*BSD/MacOS version is available!

Post by Pyth0n » Sun Feb 20, 2011 6:21 pm

I wasnt inputing the -lc on the load command since you told here that only one time is enough.

Now I started to put it in there and put -port:3012 to see the difference
lets see if it works.

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Re: Linux/*BSD/MacOS version is available!

Post by Pyth0n » Sun Feb 20, 2011 11:01 pm

Here's the details

Using this to load RatioKeeperMonster.jar

/usr/bin/java -jar /usr/bin/TorrentRatioKeeperMonster.jar -ui:0 -upinc:874 -port:3012 -lc:XXXXXXX

also tried just this

/usr/bin/java -jar /usr/bin/TorrentRatioKeeperMonster.jar -ui:0 -upinc:874 -lc:XXXXXXX

Results after loading it with the same user credencials I used for transmission to see if it changes anything. When I used trial it worked with user nobody.

Please read Torrent Ratio Keeper tutorial to setup the torrent client if you launched the app first time: http://www.torrentratiokeeper.com/javatutorial
Congratulations! Thanks for using Torrent Ratio Keeper!
You are using full version




Using this in the settings.json

"proxy": "127.0.0.1",
"proxy-auth-enabled": false,
"proxy-auth-password": "",
"proxy-auth-username": "",
"proxy-enabled": true,
"proxy-port": 3012,
"proxy-type": 0,


Information on the site tracker

4.4 GB 4.4 GB 824 MB 0.18

Information from the Transmission

Downloaded: 4.40 GiB
Uploaded: 824.7 MiB
Ratio: 0.18


The tracker is torrentleech.

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Re: Linux/*BSD/MacOS version is available!

Post by administrator » Mon Feb 21, 2011 5:50 am

Can you download and try the latest TRK Monster java version please? http://www.torrentratiokeeper.com/download/

P.S. Do you have this problem with other trackers?

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Re: Linux/*BSD/MacOS version is available!

Post by Pyth0n » Mon Feb 21, 2011 1:26 pm

I guess I figured the problem.
Desinstalled transmission and removed all the files.
The proxy part in the settings.json doesn't exist in the 2.21 version anymore.

Perhaps it's something with the torrent client and not the tracker since other tracker I've been using doesnt seen to work either.

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Re: Linux/*BSD/MacOS version is available!

Post by administrator » Mon Feb 21, 2011 2:15 pm

How can you setup it?
I've installed transmission on Ubuntu and I see the settings.json:
For the GTK+ client, all settings are kept in $HOME/.config/transmission
For the Daemon, all settings are kept in $HOME/.config/transmission-daemon
For the CLI, all settings are kept in $HOME/.config/transmission-cli
The default download folder is $HOME/Downloads

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Re: Linux/*BSD/MacOS version is available!

Post by Pyth0n » Mon Feb 21, 2011 2:41 pm

In Ubuntu Server the settings.json can be found in

/var/lib/transmission-daemon/info

I know its that the file because when I configure the rpc user and password it changes the settings.
To configure this file you have to stop de daemon service.

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