I run from terminal (i have replace wget -0 - with curl) and all is: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 --:--:-- --:--:-- --:--:-- 0 And then error: gzip: stdin: unexpected end of file Thanks! I've analysed the code for @fortran01's mac version (thanks v. Its primarily for pf Sense Firewall Blocking but can be adapted for other needs. https://gist.github.com/BBcan17/67e8c456cb399fbe02ee curl -s L 'https:// | egrep -A1 'star_' | egrep -o '[a-z]' | sort -u | while read -r blocklist; do curl -s L "
much @fortran01) and posted a plain english translation of what each bit does below. list=$&fileformat=p2p&archiveformat=gz" | gunzip -q [ Edited 08/17 to no longer use a temp file] I re-wrote this to work with their current site and made the resulting daily-updated list available at that this requires hxwls which should be in the 'html-xml-utils' package or similar in your distro) #!
So it looks like each time I update the blocklist it creates a file, which it deletes but fails to release the lock and thus the disk space is not released back to the O/S until transmission-daemon is restarted.
Companies or organizations who are clearly involved with trying to stop filesharing.
However, after the machine has been left running for several days I was finding that all the disk space on my root partition was being used up (I usually have around 4GB of free space on this partition).
At first it wasn't obvious exactly where the disk space was being used up, since the du command wasn't accounting for anything like the amount of disk reportedly in use when running the df command.
) there should be a config file in the uci directory. 192.168.0.91 To control transmission remotely via RPC, install Transmission Remote GUI and set it up just like the webserver above.
A few more details about configuration file (/etc/config/transmission) can be found here. The RPC interface uses the same port as the web interface.