Qbittorrent reinstall question

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chucklesmcgee
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Re: Qbittorrent reinstall question

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Gosh and now Firefox within the Dietpi is really choking with the webui- how can I add a folder worth of quick resumes and torrent files by command line?

Sorry if this is basic but I must be missing it somewhere.
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Joulinar
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Re: Qbittorrent reinstall question

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folder are created using mkdir command on os level
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chucklesmcgee
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Re: Qbittorrent reinstall question

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I apologize if I wasn't clear.

I have a folder full of the backed up torrents I want qbittorrent-nox to add and recognize, but the WebUI is too unstable to do so. I need to point qbittorrent-nox to the torrent files, I think using the command line.

I see the command

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qbittorrent−nox [−−webui-port=x] [TORRENT_FILE | URL].
Can I set qbittorrent-nox to a folder though?
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Joulinar
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Re: Qbittorrent reinstall question

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honestly this is quite application specefic and it might be better to raise such question on qBittorrent GitHub

At least torrents should be located somewhere at /home/qbittorrent/.local/share/data/qBittorrent/ according qBittorrent wiki
https://github.com/qbittorrent/qBittorr ... s-settings

But how to add, I don't know
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Re: Qbittorrent reinstall question

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I want to say I appreciate you helping me along in this process the idiot I am.

Tried to just uninstall/reinstall the thing entirely, having backed up the torrent files. I can access Qbittorrent on local host, but I still can't from the local network, despite being able to access sonarr, radarr, lidarr and other services from the same local IP (and all port forwarding settings are correct). I get "ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED"

Here's my .config:

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  GNU nano 3.2                                         /home/qbittorrent/.config/qBittorrent/qBittorrent.conf                                                   

Downloads\TempPathEnabled=false
Downloads\TorrentExportDir=
Downloads\UseIncompleteExtension=false
DynDNS\DomainName=changeme.dyndns.org
DynDNS\Enabled=false
DynDNS\Password=
DynDNS\Service=0
DynDNS\Username=
General\Locale=en
General\UseRandomPort=false
IPFilter\Enabled=false
IPFilter\File=
MailNotification\email=
MailNotification\enabled=false
MailNotification\password=XXXX
MailNotification\req_auth=true
MailNotification\req_ssl=false
MailNotification\sender=qBittorrent_notification@example.com
MailNotification\smtp_server=smtp.changeme.com
MailNotification\username=qbittorrent
Queueing\IgnoreSlowTorrents=false
Queueing\MaxActiveDownloads=2
Queueing\MaxActiveTorrents=2
Queueing\MaxActiveUploads=1
Queueing\QueueingEnabled=false
Scheduler\Enabled=false
WebUI\Address=*
WebUI\AlternativeUIEnabled=false
WebUI\AuthSubnetWhitelist=@Invalid()
WebUI\AuthSubnetWhitelistEnabled=false
WebUI\CSRFProtection=true
WebUI\ClickjackingProtection=true
WebUI\Enabled=true
WebUI\HTTPS\Enabled=true
WebUI\HostHeaderValidation=true
WebUI\LocalHostAuth=true
WebUI\Password_ha1=@ByteArray(PROBABLY A HASH BUT OMIT)
WebUI\Port=1340
WebUI\RootFolder=
WebUI\ServerDomains=*
WebUI\UseUPnP=true
WebUI\Username=qbittorrent

99% chance I'm being an idiot, what am I missing?
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Joulinar
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Re: Qbittorrent reinstall question

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means from a computer inside your network you are not able to connect to Qbittorrent IP address?

Can you share ss -tulpn | grep LISTEN
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