WhoCares? wrote:Changing the start.sh file is the wrong solution for your problem. Try changing the /etc/init.d/transmission-daemon file instead.
Orionos wrote:Found it. Apparently the Transmission plugin doesn't function properly if the /c/media share doesn't exist. I had removed it. Now that I've put it back, all problems seem gone.
EDIT: You know what, never mind. I did a complete reinstall to see if everything worked, and the problem is right back. Fourth factory default this weekend. Are there any instructions for installing Transmission myself without the plugin? Or how to install the plugin from within the shell rather than Frontview?
JarnoG wrote:i think your first point is related to the failed to start message in FrontView. FrontView doesn't save Transmission as being a running service and thus does not try to start it again at startup. I've got this problem as well and I've got no idea how to solve it besides not turning my NAS off.
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