I created a new rtorrent.rc based on the template found in /root/.bashrc, changing the necessary values like ports and user. I then restarted the server with rtorrent still disabled, re-enabled it and it still doesn’t show my torrents. My .sessions folder seems to be intact. I’m at lost.
Here’s the rtorrent.rc I made from the template:
scgi_port = localhost:45753
min_peers = 1
max_peers = 100
min_peers_seed = -1
max_peers_seed = -1
max_uploads = 100
download_rate = 0
upload_rate = 0
directory = /home/clusk/torrents/rtorrent
session = /home/clusk/.sessions/
schedule = watch_directory,5,5,load_start=/home/clusk/rwatch/*.torrent
schedule = filter_active,5,5,"view_filter = active,d.get_up_rate="
view_add = alert
view_sort_new = alert,less=d.get_message=
schedule = filter_alert,30,30,"view_filter = alert,d.get_message=; view_sort = alert"
port_range = 45753-47253
use_udp_trackers = yes
encryption = allow_incoming,try_outgoing,enable_retry
peer_exchange = no
check_hash = no
When I try the rtorrent command logged-in as user, I get this message:
rtorrent: Error in option file: ~/.rtorrent.rc:2: Could not prepare socket for listening: Address already in use
I remember getting the same error last night, but I think at one point rtorrent didn’t give any errors but still didn’t show my torrents.