I've tested Torrentflux b4rt and this is the result:
installing torrentflux: works
downloads with bittornado: works, but the user has to open ports!
downloads with transmissioncli: works without opening ports (UPnP), but the user has to build the transmissioncli
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Port Forwarding (NAT-PMP): initnatpmp succeeded (0) Port Forwarding (NAT-PMP): sendpublicaddressrequest succeeded (2) Port Forwarding (UPnP): Found Internet Gateway Device "http://172.31.2.1:1780/control?WANIPConnection" Port Forwarding (UPnP): Local Address is "172.31.2.5" Port Forwarding (UPnP): Port forwarding through "http://172.31.2.1:1780/control?WANIPConnection", service "urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:WANIPConnection:1". (local address: 172.31.2.5:49160) Port Forwarding (UPnP): Port forwarding successful! Port Forwarding: State changed from "Not forwarded" to "Forwarded" Port Forwarding: Opened port 49160 on :: to listen for incoming peer connections Port Forwarding: Opened port 49160 on 0.0.0.0 to listen for incoming peer connections
Uncompressing files with unrar: works
creating torrents: works
downloading folders as tar: works
streaming medias: doesnt work. But i have the same problem with a manually installed tf-b4rt on my ubuntu-server. Maybe its a problem of port allocation, but I'm not sure. I use other programs for streaming like mediatomb.
Create/edit/delete profiles: works
some packages are missing:
and mybe python-crypto for transport encryption
tested on: Fedora 14