This version of the Transmission Web Control contains the following fixes:
- Support for Start Now action.
- UI for Metadata download phase.
- Better usage of colors and more intuitive cell units.
- Peer country flags using Geo IP integration.
- List Selection doesn't disappear so context menus now work.
- Dynamic list refresh feature added.
- Session timeout recovery.
Other than that, it features all the functionality exposed by the Transmission RPC service.
Also, the Transmission client still relies on EasyUI UI Framework for its user-interface.
InstallationYou cannot just launch the web-site through its
index.htmlfrom any folder because it needs to communicate with the Transmission RPC service. And that RPC service will not set the CORS (Cross-origin Resource Sharing) Policy HTTP headers! So your browser will refuse to talk to it.
Instead the Transmission daemon installation usually provides a small built-in HTTP server where you can copy the entire
site to. Alternatively, you may be able to set a
TRANSMISSION_WEB_HOME environment variable to point to the website folder
and restart your Transmission installation. Or just use my small hacked web-server to proxy it for testing.
In any case, you will need a working Transmission daemon installation to properly see the web client.
Installing with Transmission QTHere are the instructions for installing with the default Transmission software (on Windows, Mac and LINUX).
- Install Transmission from here.
Make sure to choose both "daemon" and "Web interface" options.
- Copy the /web folder from my download to your ...\Transmission\web folder.
(You shall overwrite the existing
- Run the newly installed "QT Client".
- In the "Edit / Preferences" menu, choose "Remote" tab and "Allow Remote Access".
- Press the "Open Web Client" button or open http://localhost:9091/transmission/web/ in a browser.
Alternative InstallationYou can also start it through a little test web-server that I've included in the download.
It includes a small proxy endpoint that will allow you to test the website against your current Transmission installation. You'll need to have
nodejsinstalled to run the web-server. And you'll also need to edit the
test-server.jsto set the correct remote host-name. This is a great option for testing against an existing installation on a NAS or similar.
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