Though there aren’t many alternatives when you start looking around.
You can downgrade an installed package and lock it at a specific version to prevent it from being updated.
It provides a neat Web GUI and makes it very easy to share you movies and music amongst friends and family.
It’s also very easy to set up secure external access so that you can enjoy watching a movie when you’re on the train for instance.
This is particularly useful when you run into an updated package with a regression – a bug that prevents things from working properly.
Your system generally has multiple versions of a package available in its repositories – for example, when Ubuntu updates a package, it places the new, updated package in a special updates repository.
The UI has seen many little fixes like selection improvements, search input box that properly hides and much more.
Remember the option to treat non-trasferring torrents as inactive in Transdroid 1?
UDATE: Transdroid does not support r Torrent with Digest authentication in this 2.1.0 release.
I’ve fixed this for the next release, hopefully out at the end of this week!
ipkg update/upgrade doesn't work after this, it says that ipkg isn't installed. EDIT: Figured it out, the names of shared volumes had a space in them, aparently not ok for the installer. I have got rtorrent and rutorrent to work, finally, but I have a problem with the catalogues.
Configuring .../ipkg.sh: cd: 1170: can't cd to /volume2/Disk Done. Installing wget...bootstrap.sh: bootstrap.sh: 55: /opt/bin/ipkg: not found Something went wrong, but what?