Template/Bytesized Debian5

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In order to get your Seedbox up and running, there's still some small settings you have to
In order to get your Seedbox up and running, there's still some small settings you have to
adjust. Point your browser to the ip you got assigned and a website should show up.  
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[[File:Screen_shot_2010-08-08_at_1.37.09_PM.png‎|thumb|325px|The password and Client select screen]]
Choose the client you want to use by default and select a password.
Choose the client you want to use by default and select a password.

Revision as of 11:43, 8 August 2010

Contents

BytesizedTemplate

This page documents the custom bytesized template.

First Steps

In order to get your Seedbox up and running, there's still some small settings you have to adjust. Point your browser to the ip you got assigned and a website should show up.

The password and Client select screen

Choose the client you want to use by default and select a password.

If you've done that, you should be ready to roll! Just point your browser to the client you select and the webui should show up. (i.e. 62.521.77.75/deluge if you selected deluge) The only exception is rtorrent if you selected this client point your browser to /rutorrent.

When prompted for a username/passsword the username is bt and the password is the one you just entered.

VNC should be running on the default port with the same password as you specified in the first step.

Preloaded Services

The template comes preloaded with the following things:

  • deluge
  • rtorrent+rutorrent
  • utorrent
  • transmission
  • ssh/scp server
  • ftp server (vsftpd)

BT User

For proper permission separation this template comes with a user setup to do the downloading. The username for this user is "bt" and the home directory is /var/downloads.

Under the Hood

The template is based of debian 5.0 and you can of course do anything/install anything you would want to install on a vps.

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