I have recently managed to manually install the 2.00.18 firmware and restore my mybook back to a half decent state after learning about linux the messy way :)
Now have transmission and clutch installed fine, all works and can start using "/etc/init.d/transmission.sh start" - but trying to use /etc/crontabs/root to stop the process @ 4pm and restart @ 11pm to avoid the 'peak period' laid out by my ISP (aka to avoid bandwidth throttling!)
So far i am using;
0 16 * * * /etc/init.d/transmission.sh start
and similar but different timing for stop.
The command functions fine manually, but can't get it going using cron.
Any ideas? The only thing i could think of is maybe it requires the command to be in "'s due to the space between script location and action?
Thanks in advance,