It's not in my home directory like the other files I've DL'd with KTorrent. How do I find this missing half-gig of data? I've never had much success. i have set up ktorrent to read my RSS feed and it does it correctly. i have set up filters to download each show to a specific folder on my HDD's. Folders. Here you can configure where KTorrent should store its files. These files can either be the torrent data you want to.
The scan folder plug-in can monitor one or more directories for new torrent as long as the user account running KTorrent has read and write permissions to the . I just noticed that KTorrent no longer detects giocuavajda.tkt files which I put in the folder which I have dedicated to be watched by the application. The config is saved in /home/user/.kde/share/conig/ktorrentrc. Try killing the ktorrent process remotely and editinig the file. Then restart the app.
As for program paths, nearly every program you install will be in /usr/bin, as in / usr/bin/ktorrent. When you log in, a path to that directory is. The tiny KDE brain uses the xdg-open standard for determining which application to open for a specific mimetype. In the GNOME system. I found a better solution to my problem. Rather than having my completed downloads moved to a specific directory and then moved back when. Update: first bugfix release for is out New stable release for ktorrent and Not bad still in in adjustments of groups to add a folder for relocation after file. It's not in my home directory like the other files I've DL'd with KTorrent. How do I find this missing half-gig of data? I've never had much success.