Apparently they stopped building Debian. The Ubuntu 64 bit versions now require the new glibc. So the only newish one that runs is the 64bit one that I posted instructions on how to get going, but it's only for units with 64 bit support. Fortunately it runs pretty well. Once in a while I was getting a crash on starting a torrent download from a URL that I was doing from my iPad. I switched to using Dropbox into a directory that utorrent watches and auto downloads and that is working well. I think there may be an older 3.0 32 bit version that someone else posted a link to though.
# Build 64 bit ssl shared libs Download the big netgear GPL source archive for 4.2.19 and extract the openssl directory. cd to the openssl directory chmod +x util/*.sh ./config shared make make test make install
This part gave out error after ./config shared First not permision, changed directory permissions, then error "sh: make: command not found" at ./config shared.
Sorry, I've been away. I think the error is saying it can't find the "make" command. Did you install the build environment? I don't recall if I included that in my instructions or if I "assumed" it. You get this by running:
Gents, A lot of information in this thread, can someone please help with below questions: - Does Utorrent work on ReadyNas Ultra 2? If Yes, which build shall i use? - Please explain briefly how to install - Does it support RSS feed reading > auto download > unrar?
Fwiw, I have much faster Internet access now than I did a year ago so I thought I'd try transmission again. For the same files I'm getting much faster rates with transmission. Not sure why but I've switched back to that now. Maybe transmission is just better at high speeds? I've got a 50Mbit/s connection and with transmission I'm seeing 6MB/s transfers! I never can get utorrent over ~2.8MB/s. Even if transmission is reporting the rates wrong I'm still getting the files in much less time by wall clock.
I can't even install version 2.0.02 on the ultra 2. I had 1.8.0 working then it started seg faulting when trying to load a torrent (this was after it had filled up my OS partition and I had to rectify that, what a drama).
[Correction] It did install, but looked like it had hung. Now won't launch, popup window opens but stays blank.
[quote="Dewdman42"] Thanks for this very complete post. I've tried many things and I am now settled on 24118 which i extracted from the .deb, it reports itself as product version 3.0 in web ui. Its great to get thus far but I would love to use utorrent remote rather than struggle with the web ui on my smartphone. unfortunately that requires 3.3 onwards. The build I am now on was 2011-1-11 which feels pretty ancient.