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Old 05-23-2013, 12:03 AM   #1
timl
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Pidora/transmission


Hi, I see that Pidora has been released as a spin from Fedora 18. The previous Fedora/Pi releases were hard to get working so let's hope this is better.

My aim is to run the Pi as a bit torrent client using a USB hard drive to store files. I currently use Vuze on my desktop and this may be too heavy for a Pi. I would like to use transmission but I can not find a scheduler similar to the azureus speed scheduler. That is, control upload/download by time of day. Does transmission possess some kind of scheduler?

cheers

[EDIT] I had a closer look and I found the speed preferences.

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