One of the many exciting features that Private Internet Access (PIA) provides is Port Forwarding on their P2P enabled VPN servers. If you are using a private tracker and you need to have decent upload to maintain your ratio, or if your want to download torrents with low number of seeds available, you will certainly benefit from using an active (open) port in your … I'm curious
Install Transmission BitTorrent Client for VPN Split Tunneling on Ubuntu 14.x. I highly recommend to run your BitTorrent client over VPN to protect your online privacy. My favorite way to do this is by using VPN Split Tunnel where only Transmission’s traffic will be routed over VPN connection and you will retain your direct connection to Internet for all the other users. This method also … I'm curious
OpenMediaVault is an excellent NAS software solution, it has an easy-to-use graphical web interface for simple installation and management of many desirable plugins such as MiniDLNA, NZBGet, CouchPotato and Transmission. This guide was tested on a Raspberry Pi running Minibian as a base. It is recommended to install OpenMediaVault on a clean, unaltered image or system. This guide has been tested on … I'm curious
If you followed our guides Install FlexGet on Ubuntu 15.x or Install FlexGet on Ubuntu 14.x you should already have a working FlexGet installation on your system. You will need a torrent client installed, and in this guide we will use FlexGet with Transmission Bittorrent client. Just jump over to our Install Transmission Bittorrent Client on Ubuntu 15.x guide, and you will have your Transmission … I'm curious
Install Transmission Bittorrent Client on Ubuntu 14.x – my favorite client for Linux, Windows and Mac OSX. It is super light and works with all content automation software: Sonarr, SickRage, CouchPotato, Mylar and Headphones. I have found it to be very reliable and easy to set up. This was tested on Ubuntu 14.x.
When you are done since you are of course using a VPN, … I'm curious
Transmission is my favorite client for Linux, Windows and Mac OSX. It is super light and works with all content automation software: Sonarr, SickRage, CouchPotato, Mylar and Headphones. I have found it to be very reliable and easy to set up. This was tested on Ubuntu 15.04 but will work on any Debian system that uses systemd as the default startup service.
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