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TRANSMISSION-DAEMON

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NAME

transmission-daemon - a bittorrent client  

SYNOPSIS

-words transmission-daemon -h
transmission-daemon [-a x.x.x.x,... ] [-b | B ] [-c directory ] [-C ] [-f ] [-g directory ] [-h ] [-p port ] [-t | T ] [-u username ] [-v password ] [-P port ] [-m | M ] [-l limit ] [-L limit ] [-er | ep | et ] [-V ] [-w download-dir ]  

DESCRIPTION

transmission-daemon is a daemon-based Transmission session that can be controlled via RPC commands from transmission's web interface or transmission-remote1.

 

OPTIONS

-a --allowed x.x.x.x,...
Allow RPC access to a comma-delimited whitelist of IP addresses. Wildcards can be specified in an address by using '*'. Default: "127.0.0.1" Example: "127.0.0.*,192.168.1.*"

-b --blocklist
Enable peer blocklists. Transmission understands the bluetack blocklist file format. New blocklists can be added by copying them into the config-dir's "blocklists" subdirectory.

-c directory
Directory to watch for new .torrent files to be added. As they are added to this directory, the daemon will load them into Transmission.

-C
Do not watch for new .torrent files.

-B --no-blocklist
Disble blocklists.

-f --foreground
Run in the foreground and print errors to stderr.

-g --config-dir directory
Where to look for configuration files. This can be used to swap between using the cli, daemon, gtk, and qt clients. See http://trac.transmissionbt.com/wiki/ConfigFiles for more information.

-er --encryption-required
Encrypt all peer connections.
-ep --encryption-preferred
Prefer encrypted peer connections.
-et --encryption-tolerated
Prefer unencrypted peer connections.

-h --help
Print command-line option descriptions.

-i --bind-address-ipv4
Listen for IPv4 BitTorrent connections on a specific address. Only one IPv4 listening address is allowed. Default: 0.0.0.0 (All addresses)
-I --bind-address-ipv6
Listen for IPv6 BitTorrent connections on a specific address. Only one IPv6 listening address is allowed. Default: :: (All addresses)
-r --rpc-bind-address
Listen for RPC connections on a specific address. This must be an IPv4 address. Only one RPC listening address is allowed. Default: 0.0.0.0 (All addresses)

--paused
Pause all torrents on startup

-L --peerlimit-global limit
Overall peer limit. Useful on embedded systems where the default might be unsuitable. Default: 240
-l --peerlimit-torrent limit
Peer limit per torrent. Useful on embedded systems where the default might be unsuitable. Default: 60

-m --portmap
Enable portmapping via NAT-PMP or UPnP
-M --no-portmap
Disable portmapping

-p --port port
Port to open and listen for RPC requests on. Default: 9091

-P, -peerport port
Port to listen for incoming peers on. Default: 51413

-t --auth
Require clients to authenticate themselves. This doesn't do much good unless username and password are also set.

-T --no-auth
Don't require authentication from clients.

-u --username username
Used for client authentication.

-v --password password
Used for client authentication.

-V --version
Show version number and exit

-w --download-dir
Where to store downloaded data.

 

ENVIRONMENT

TRANSMISSION_HOME
Sets the default config-dir.

 

FILES

~/.config/transmission-daemon
The config-dir used when neither [TRANSMISSION_HOME ] nor [-g ] is specified. See http://trac.transmissionbt.com/wiki/ConfigFiles for more information.

 

AUTHORS

An -nosplit An Charles Kerr , An Josh Elsasser , An Eric Petit , and An Mitchell Livingston .

 

SEE ALSO

transmissioncli(1), transmission(1), transmission-remote1

http://www.transmissionbt.com/


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
ENVIRONMENT
FILES
AUTHORS
SEE ALSO

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