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  1. To secure top download speed around the globe, we need to have as many torrent seeders as possible. Currently we have dedicated seeders in: Estonia, Germany, Pakistan, Slovenia, Argentina, Singapore, USA, ... but we might be slower in China or Japan. Prerequisite: - Armbian or any Debian or Ubuntu based distribution (check instructions how to run armbian-config on a generic Debian/Ubuntu), - 256Gb of free space. a) Installation with installing Transmission server login and obtain superuser rights, execute armbian-config, select Software -> Softy, install Transmission server. (use space to confirm and enter to proceed with install) Leave armbian-config and after a few minutes check your torrent server status with the following command: transmission-remote -n 'transmission:transmission' -l and you should see some progress: Note: Torrent server installed this way is auto updating - it checks daily for new images, adds new and purge old ones. b.) Installation to the existing Transmission server You only need to install a cron job script that your client serve only most recent files. Create file: sudo nano /etc/cron.daily/seed-armbian-torrent with this content: Change username(transmission) and password(transmission) if have something else than stock, save and exit, then run: sudo chmod +x /etc/cron.daily/seed-armbian-torrent sudo /etc/cron.daily/seed-armbian-torrent Optional: If you use GUI, you can install desktop front end for simple torrent server monitoring. apt install transmission-remote-gtk Host: localhost Username: transmission Password: transmission Confirm and click connect. How to stop seeding torrents? Remove cron job: sudo rm /etc/cron.daily/seed-armbian-torrent Remove torrents: transmission-remote -n transmission:transmission -t all --remove-and-delete This command will remove all files on your torrent server! If you seed other stuff do a cherry pick.
  2. tl;dr: irc:// In Germany we have an adage "Was lange währt, wird endlich gut." which means Good things come to those who wait. Thanks to their kind staff we managed to obtain owner privileges of our IRC channel hosted on the Freenode IRC network after years of idling unofficial status. Feel free to join us: Server: Ports: 6697 / non-SSL: 6667 Channels: #armbian, #armbian-commits Or simply use their webirc client: We may add more channels in future if necessary or the main channel gets too spammy Don't hesitate to get in touch with us Btw. want a free IRC bouncer? Check here:
  3. - changing network component at main infrastructure - downtime 5-15 minutes - around 8PM CET
  4. If you have a bit of experience or interest in doing a simple mkdocs theme. Please let me know.. I'd really like to get our Doc Site to match the rest of Armbian.
  5. Main server will receive new IP(v6) address. Affected: Some downtime is expected during the Monday morning. Apologize for the inconvenience.
  6. Relocating server to new physical location - interruption & possible downtime until Tuesday, April 2nd. Automatic nightly building = manual until further notice.