This guides assume you already have fun_plug 0.5 installed and running.
This guides are divided into 3 main section namely download packages, install & configure.
1. Run PuTTY and log into DNS-320
2. Change directory to “/mnt/HD/HD_a2” & copy both packages into “/ffp/pkg” folder.
3. Install Curl
funpkg -i /ffp/pkg/curl-7.18.1.tgz
3. Install Transmission
funpkg -i /ffp/pkg/transmission-2.82-1.tgz
1. Edit Transmission start script to change home directory setting
Save the file.
2. Configure by issuing the following command. Make sure you change USERNAME & PASSWORD to your preferred username & password.
su nobody -c "/ffp/bin/transmission-daemon -f -g /mnt/HD/HD_a2/.transmission-daemon -w /mnt/HD/HD_a2/Downloads -t -u USERNAME -v PASSWORD -a 127.0.0.1,192.168.*.*"
Wait for a while, transmission should be up and running.
3. Verify that transmission is running properly by opening transmission web interface. Type http://<your NAS IP>:9091/ in your browser to access the Web interface. After entering username & password you should see torrent que page.
4. You may now press CTRL-C in putty terminal & issue the following command to start transmission
5. If you need to change the configuration such as to white list IPs to connect to Transmission Client, you may edit the following file
7. You may want to download Transmission Remote GUI for Windows, Linux or Mac OS X.
I did everything that you wrote, but when I want to start Transmission I always receive the following message: /ffp/bin/transmission-daemon: can’t resolve symbol ‘__register_frame_info’
Any idea how can I fix it?
Hello Robert, I never encounter this. Just to check, are using the similar ffp & transmission version?
Ok, I made a clear install from the beginning, and now it’s OK.
You’re welcome. I’m glad that you made it.
Hi, I have a question.
If I install this app to my D-Link320, should I seed my downloaded torrent data back?
On which interface will I manage my torrents? On web interface or via torrent client program on my win desktop?
The original torrent client comes with DNS-320 is different than this one. If you want to seed completed torrent, you have to move the folder/files to Transmission download folder & import the torrent file.
You can manage through both windows program and web interface. Normally it will be at port 9091.
Thanks for your answer.
I have a thecus n299 now, and it is a very weak device.
It can download torrent data, but it cannot seed it back, and it cannot manage torrent files that are larges than 2GB.
If I install this Transmission BitTorrent Client to my another NAS, which is a D-link dns320, will I meet limitations something like I mentioned before?
No such problem exist with D-Link DNS-320 with Transmission installed. Previously I downloaded 8GB torrent without any problem.