Vuze connection error no data received from tracker
- Vuze connection error no data received from tracker
- Port forwarding for torrents
- How to fix utorrent “connecting to peers” problem + with proof
- My rift s can read my mind – unboxing of the looxid
- How to fix vuze torrent not downloading (using anonymous
- How to restore incomplete deleted torrents and resume
- How to make your vuze downloads super fast!
Port forwarding for torrents
Over the last few days, I’ve noticed that some of the stuff I’m seeding is returning a scrape error that says “could not decode response: appears to be a website instead of a tracker scrape BDecoder : unknown command 60′ “, among other things. In reality, most of my seeding files currently state that (including one I downloaded just a few hours ago). It appears to be an Azureus problem, but from what I can tell, the tracker is to blame. Is there anybody else having concerns, and what should we do about it? Currently, 63 of 137 seeding files are affected (it was only around a dozen yesterday). – time I turn Azureus on, and even as I watch them, the files that are affected seem to shift. Is there someone who knows what’s causing this and how to fix it?
I’m running Vuze 126.96.36.199 on Centos 5 64bit and haven’t had any problems. It says “Scrape OK” for all 29 that I’m assisting with seeding. Is it possible that the machine is having i/o issues? Is there an issue with the push, or is it occupied by other tasks on the machine?
If you’ve recently updated Azureus, this is just a feeling. Is your Java up to date? A couple of the issues I used to have with Azureus updates when I was using the pre-Vuze version were due to java incapabilities.
How to fix utorrent “connecting to peers” problem + with proof
Upload files grouped by type.
My rift s can read my mind – unboxing of the looxid
To determine which folders downloads are saved to, use categories.
How to fix vuze torrent not downloading (using anonymous
Open the Plugin’s GUI tab by selecting Plugins -> AZCatDest from the top menu to add a directory to a group.
Adds custom details to the status bar, such as the total number of peers linked to you, the total amount of time left to download through all of your torrents or a subset of them, and so on (e.g. all who are stopped).
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It can manage multiple feed URLs, each of which can be configured individually or globally. Each filter can target specific episodes within a sequence of the same names, and the filter strings can be easily edited using the graphical configuration tool (for example in downloading episodes of shows).
ScaneRSS is a plugin that reads RSS feeds and, using filters, allows for automatic torrent download from these feeds (rule sets).
The Pattern Assistant’s guiding features can be used to construct a filter rule by simply using the auto suggest function. This makes setting up the “Regular Expression” rules easy and available, even if you don’t know what RegEx is. Filters can be generated in multiples and allocated to any number of feeds. You can also use a download history to ensure that you only get the episodes and seasons of the show that you want!
How to restore incomplete deleted torrents and resume
What kind of virtual private network (VPN) are you using? If you’re using an openvpn-based vpn service, change Azureus’ rules so that it only sends and receives from the range permitted by the vpn adapter and blocks all else. If you’re using a pptp vpn (which isn’t recommended), you should be able to block connections to and from your’real’ IP address while enabling all others.
At the moment, I’m using an OpenVPN-based service. I tried messing around with Azureus.exe’s rules, but I kept getting the socketSelector error, so I wasn’t sure what additional rules I needed to put in place. I tried adding exceptions to allow traffic from the VPN’s IP range in and out, but I’m not sure what I’m doing…
On February 10, 2012, at 03:27:01, CFx posted a quote. Currently, AMI is using an OpenVPN-based service. I tried messing around with Azureus.exe’s rules, but I kept getting the socketSelector error, so I wasn’t sure what additional rules I needed to put in place. I tried adding exceptions to allow traffic from the VPN’s IP range in and out, but I’m not sure what I’m doing… Send us a screenshot of any rules you’ve made so far.
How to make your vuze downloads super fast!
We should both accept that torrenting and peer-to-peer (P2P) are important components of Internet freedom. It’s not the system that can get you in trouble; it’s the pirated data you obtain through this method. And, aside from uTorrent, Vuze is possibly the most common torrent client.
Currently, because of privacy concerns and ISP policies that penalize P2P sharing, you can need to use a VPN. Even though Vuze works well for both VPNs and proxy servers, there are certain instances where they won’t.
Though VPN was enabled and Vuze was incorporated, some users were unable to communicate with peers. Others recorded significant stuttering or Vuze not downloading with VPN (i.e., downloads wouldn’t even begin).
Rather than offering a workaround, we recommend that you double-check that you are using a VPN solution that is capable of handling the job. In particular, there are still some gaps between the top VPN tools in the competitive VPN market.