now we have "file selection/prioritization" and the chance to "verify local data" from the context menu; for me these are great upgrades to the webinterface that I don't want to miss!
but after upgrading and restarting the daemon I got this
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syno> transmission-daemon -f
[20:05:30.427] Couldn't create socket: Address family not supported by protocol
[20:05:30.445] System does not seem to support IPv6. Not listening onan IPv6 address
[20:05:30.447] RPC Server: Adding address to whitelist: 127.0.0.1
[20:05:30.447] RPC Server: Adding address to whitelist: 192.168.*.*
[20:05:30.448] RPC Server: Serving RPC and Web requests on port 9091
[20:05:30.449] RPC Server: Whitelist enabled
[20:05:30.449] Transmission 1.60 (8339) started
[20:05:31.431] %s succeeded (%d): initnatpmp succeeded (0)
[20:05:31.431] %s succeeded (%d): sendpublicaddressrequest succeeded (2)
[20:05:39.470] Starting: Starting
[20:05:39.470] Opened port %d on %s to listen for incoming peer connections: Opened port 51413 on 0.0.0.0 to listen for incoming peer connections
[20:05:39.530] Starting: Starting
and then, but first AFTER calling the webinterface
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that's all, the crucial line
"Serving the web interface files from "/opt/share/transmission/web"
is missing and my browser shows me a "404"
(of course all files are where they should be)
the daemon itself is running fine, all my active torrents from 1.34 started again instantly after upgrading, so in my humble understanding it seems to be an issue with transmission's webserver. and what about the first two lines after starting the daemon concerning ipv6, could that be the reason?
any help would be much appreciated!
btw, I'm a macuser with very, very little linux experience and I'm not able to build tm from source by myself (at least I haven't found a "step-by-step advice for dummies" so far ) so I depend on the optware feed. it's absolute fantastic to see how fast an ipk appears on the feed, mostly just hours after the new version has been released!
so I'd really like to thank bzhou and/or anybody else who currently is maintaining transmission for their continuous effort, thank you very much!