Ubuntu :: Utorrent - Unable To Show In The Top Bar
Nov 20, 2010
i just install ubuntu on my home computer and i have wine also install and i also have utorrent on the ubuntu os utorrent is runing but not showing in the top bar what can i do to see utorrent on the top bar its runing but i cant use it
I just recently upgraded to 10.04 so I have to reinstall utorrent. Last time I did it with wine using this method: [URL]. It seemed to work fine with 9.10 but now I try it again and when I double click the utorrent launcher on my desktop it literally does nothing. Doesn't open anything, nor does it even report an error message.
I've been trying to install uTorrent via wine recently, however the following error message keeps popping up - "It seems uTorrent is already running, but not responding. Please close all uTorrent applications and try again." The only reason I'm trying to install uTorrent is to use the scheduling function, to allow downloads during my off-peak times. Any alternative program which has a scheduling function.
OS: OpenSuse 11.3 / 32-bit / Gnome. Updates to latest.Issue: while using uTorrent Server Alpha (for Linux) i have encountered a shortcut malfunction. After the program was successfully installed (by that, i mean download and simply modify its settings to be able to execute it as a program, and double click on it & keep it running in a Terminal) and ran for the first time, it came to me that i should make a shortcut to the program, on one of my two "taskbars". So i simply created one and correctly pointed to the application (i left it on my desktop). But after restart, i tried to access it via this shortcut and it indeed started, but returned an error, that the graphical interface (html based) situated and :8080/gui/ was not there, and that it should be downloaded. So i stopped it and went to the desktop folder & ran it in a terminal and VOILA, no problem, everything was good as new.
PS: i was not running the program under sudo and i changed its default login configuration (from a simple "admin" username, to a proper username and password).
I am using Joli OS .Does anyone know why Utorrent is totally different here than on XP. On xp I simply download the torrent from Pirate Bay and Utorrent goes to work.On Joli there is this strange window showing extract file as if it was winzip. What gives?
I have a 64bits laptop with dual boot (Vista + Ubuntu 9.10) and nVidia chipset. Earlier, I could connect to internet using both the OSs. But now, when I insert the network cable (RJ-45) in the network port, neither of the OSs recognises the network cable. When I click (left click) the network icon in ubuntu (in the right top corner of the desktop), it does not show any available ethernet connection.
I checked in BIOS also there is no mention of network card. Following are the details of the laptop: eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:22:20:06:ac:19 UP BROADCAST MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1 RX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0 TX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
I would like to install uTorrent on WINE.Please don't ask why (or don't mention alternatives such as Azureus). I want to get it running on wine.When I double click the .exe file that I downloaded from the original file, nothing happens OR it gives me this message:It seems like uTorrent is already running, but not responding.
Can anyone recommend a good alternative to uTorrent to run on Ubuntu 11.04? I've tried running two versions of uTorrent in wine and the result were less than impressive to say the least. I also downloaded uTorrent for linux from there site but can't get either package manager to see or access the .tar.gz archive or any extracted files?
I've installed Ubuntu to take care of network intensive applications (read P2P). I've noticed what many others: uTorrent was faster than Deluge (and of course Transmission, et al). I know enough about how torrents work to understand that the client should not be THAT important, provided its stable and knows its way around. But still, uTorrent was beating Deluge hands down. Well, after fiddling with all the configuration options in Deluge, I think I could've found the reason for it being slower than uTorrent.
The problem was only evident with poor seeded torrents. I started by noticing that uTorrent saw way more peers, and - most importantly - some more seeds. Sometimes Deluge saw zero seeds and 2 peers, while uTorrent was seeing 2 seeds, and 16 peers. And that was the difference between one happy torrent, and a ditched torrent. But I'm rambling so I'll just say it : Deluge only uses one tracker from a multi-tracker torrent, while uTorrent uses all of them. So in uTorrent you just add the torrent and that's it, while in Deluge you have to force it to check the other trackers by changing the priorities of every one to that each one be at the top of the list long enough for Deluge to get the seed/peers from it.
I can't get uTorrent installed on my natty Ubuntu desktop pc. After downloading the file, I've copied all the files for the web admin to /var/www. When I run the executable, cpu load goes to 100% and nothing happens . When I go to localhost/ it says loading for a long time, and then " Can't talk to uTorrent client. Try reloading the page."
Is there any way to install uTorrent in linux mint 8 using wine. I tried the steps in the following link: "uTorrent under Ubuntu in 3 Easy Steps in softpedia" But when I complete the step-3 and double click uTorrent shortcut in the desktop nothing is happening.
Possible Duplicate: Torrent client for Ubuntu similar to uTorrent What is a good bittorent client for Linux? So far I used uTorrent on Windows, but recently I moved to Fedora and I saw that uTorrent doesn't support Linux.
I use ubuntu 10.10 in my AMD 64x2 4000+ processor. I had downloaded half portion of a certain torrent file using ktorrent(in gnome). Now i have installed utorrent using wine. Is there any way i can transfer the half downloaded torrent to utorrent and continue downloading the rest part in utorrent.
I'm new to linux and I'm using ubuntu 10.10 since it relished. I've download utorrent-server-3.0-25053.tar.gz. I configured intltool-0.41.1.tar.gz and libgraph-1.0.1.tar.gz using that very command installed them successfully.
Having read and attempted several theories on how to resolve this issue to no avail.
root@bt:~# lsusb Bus 006 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 007 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 008 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
How to install uTorrent in my fedora? and when i try to install bitorrent using the command : yum install bittorrent .. It shows that already the bittorrent have been installed in my pc! But i didn't find in my "application".. So where it wil be?
I have download the utorrent from when I am trying to run I am getting the following messages:
[oracle@harvey-dt utorrent-server-v3_0]$ ./utserver ./utserver: /lib/libcrypto.so.0.9.8: no version information available (required by ./utserver) ./utserver: /lib/libssl.so.0.9.8: no version information available (required by ./utserver)
I install Lotus Notes 8.0.1 on Karmic Ubuntu 9.10, the setup is successfully. However, the mail could not show correctly. the Home shows blank. The mail address could not show for each mail. And some html mail could not show at all.Below are the console output.
05/03/2010 03:42:49 PM Lotus Notes client started 2010/05/03 15:43:15.532 SEVERE err.csilabelprovider.fetchimage.exception ::class.method=com.ibm.rcp.csiviews.providers.CSIL abelProvider$1.run() ::thread=Worker-5 ::loggername=com.ibm.rcp.csiviews.providers.CSILab elProvider
I've recently moved my media center pc from windows 7 to Ubuntu, now while on windows 7. I used the machine with XBMC and utorrent with upnp enabled on my router (Netgear WNR2000 v1) and also in the utorrent client for the port mapping. I was also able to connect to the machine from work via remote desktop (via Windows RDP, real/ultra vnc) using either a windows machine or via ubuntu that I have installed on a laptop (externally to my network). Utorrent also was able to talk to my router and ask for the ports it needed via uPnp or even by setting the port forwarding manually.
Since upgrading ( ) to Ubuntu from windows 7 on my mediacenter pc I've not been able to connect via RDP / VNC using port forwarding from the outside world although I added ports 5900 and (i beleive) 3389 to the port forwarding section in my router and pointing it to the static ip on my mediacenter. I'm also not able to get the ports to forward for deluge / vuze at all, if i manaually set port forwarding up then nothing happens and deluge says it has no incoming connections and it also doesn't talk to my router to ask for ports via upnp.
The same also holds true for the linux version of sopcast which will not connect to any streams. I can also replicate the same issue on a laptop that I use with ubuntu installed. If I watch my upnp page on my router config then I can see that my windows clients (Brother & Mom's macine) both talk to the router and ask it for ports so I assume that the router is working as it should be but obviously the fault happens when my ubuntu )10.04.1) clients ask for any kind of ports. By default is there any kind of firewall installed on ubuntu or anything I need to do to allow it to ask for upnp connections?
I don't know if this is the right place to post this. When I transfer my .ogg music files to my cowon s9, it doesn't recognise the tags so all I see is "unknown" for album, song and artist. I have tried retagging using easytag but it still shows up as unknown but when I converted an album to mp3, the tags automatically showed up. I know it would be easier just to convert all my songs to mp3 but the reason I chose the cowon was its ability to play .ogg files, my preferred choice of music file. The odd thing is I had a D2 until I lost it and that showed the tags ok.
I have utorrent running on wine without issue. I click on the utorrent.exe and it opens and runs great. My problem is that even after setting .torrent files to open with utorrent (instead of transmission which is the defualt) and then try to open them NOTHING happens. I have to go into utorrent and open the torrent files. This is kind of a pain in the butt cause I want to be able to download and run them from my browser so after the download is finished it gets loaded into utorrent.
i have newly installed ubuntu 9.1 but it is not able to play any movies also don't show mouse pointer, i have installed all players and neccesory files for multimedia. when i play the file media player opens and starts playing but i am able to see only a screen full of colored pixels my system: AMD Athlon , Asus Mother board dual core 3600+,VIA Technologies, Inc. K8M890CE I/O APIC Interrupt Controller [1106:5336], resolution 1280 X 1024, lg 17" LCD