With all the tutorials floating around on how to set up rtorrent or transmission I would think that someone would have set up some peer guardian-like program. Seems like the program moblock sounds like a decent choice, but I'm not sure how to set it up properly for this thing. I'm fairly concerned that if I mess up a config file, I'll end up accidentally blocking ssh access. I've just been using optware to install most of my software, moblock included.
i installed it but ….. it like uses over 50% cpu power so that totally pointless … as i am living in eu anyways.. those things are for very paranoid ppl…. tottally pointless unless you are disdributing some screeners like a week before it comes to cinemas
I've installed it too with optware pakage but when I try to lunch it I've this error:
[root@MyBookWorld /]# /opt/bin/moblock -p/etc/list.p2p ./logfile.log
- Logging to ./logfile.log
- Ranges loaded: 228222
- Using .p2p file format
- Merged ranges: 0
- Skipped useless ranges: 0
nfnl_talk: sendmsg(netlink) Connection refused
Do you have any idea?
kevku, marcolmb, how did you guys install moblock ? (apart from " ipkg install moblock ")
how did you manage to have iptables running fine ?