Yes, I'm using a Mac, but I have an XP Virtual Machine running in VMware so I can run Windows clients if necessary.veehexx wrote:easiest way i found to transfer torrents, was to use transmission remote dotnet (http://code.google.com/p/transmission-remote-dotnet/).
start off with the 100% complete torrent and move to your new NAS.
re-download the .torrent file
open transmission remote, and 'open with options', select the .torrent file.
point the location to the 100% completed torrent files (this is case sensitive, with / and not \, without a trailing /. ie: /media/Videos)
im GUESSING the same can be done for partially completed downloads, just force a re-check (if it doesnt do it by default) when you add the torrent to transmission.
that said, your using AFP, so your on a mac? i think theres alternative tranmission remote clients, the dotnet version is windows...
It looks like there is indeed a multi-platform Transmission remote app here:
and it runs on the Mac. Not sure how to replicate your suggestion using this GUI, but I'll take a look.
Do I take it that the best way to control/administer/inspect Transmission is NOT via the Web GUI provided by the ReadyNAS add-on, but rather via its RPC interface using one of these remote-control clients?
And does this also provide pretty much the full set of controls that I would have access to if I edited the settings.json file directly?