Which one is your favorite?
Many ppl are indecisive about each method's capabilities.
Let us know.
Utorrent Web Gui
If uTorrent WebUI supported creating torrents and http downloads of nfos, it would be undeniably better.
uTorrent WebUI is perfect for leechers, just throw it on and seed it back like normal, but it lacks those other features that are useful for an Uploader.
I´ve been using TorrentFlux on a server and i just installed uTorrent webUI at home.
TorrentFlux is really more complete, you have a lot of options, uTorrent web UI is easier to use, but you have almost no control. Maybe when they add more options to Web UI it will be better, but my favorite still TorrentFlux.
Btw, can anyone tell me in witch folder utorrent web UI downloads the files?
I prefer Utorrent Web Gui .
If you ask where ...You can set it (utorrent-preferences-downloads-put new downloads in you can set it like desktop so all downloads will go to desktop )Btw, can anyone tell me in witch folder utorrent web UI downloads the files?
I've used both and like the look & feel of utorrents web gui, but Torrentflux seems to have more easily accessible features.
Anyone know how to create a torrent file with torrentflux from something you have downloaded onto your box from another tracker.
I read a couple of guides which show's you how to do it with a file or folder you have ftp'd onto the box but it doesn't seem to work with a file in the user account directory because the little create torrent icon does not show.
Basically is it possible to seed a torrent you have just downloaded to another tracker with torrentflux ?
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uTorrent Web Gui.
I prefer TorrentFlux if you had to choose between the two, since as already mentioned, it's more complete. But if you have SSH access, I would say try giving rTorrent a try, and you can always create torrents with mktorrent, but if you have no knowledge about Linux, probably stick to Torrentflux.
torrentflux hands down between those two
however the really 1337 use torrentflux-b4rt more tools - more options - faster build time, all round much better