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It seems to me "set network.http.ssl_verify_peer.set=0 " would open the door for man-in-the-middle attacksRwd.

rtorrent with dtach as service?

There are 3 service files so far, with tmux and screen. But can it be done with dtach? /usr/bin/dtach -n /home/dustball/.dtach/rtorrent /usr/bin/rtorrent doesn't seem to cut it. Dustball

(moved my solution to the page proper)Sanjeev K Sharma (talk) 13:32, 11 July 2015 (UTC)

I could not figure oun a way to go even more minimalist - start rtorrent "bare", just with systemd's sockets like so:

ExecStart=-/home/sam/bin/rtr_new -n -o import=/home/sam/.config/rtorrent/new_.rc

and if I need the interactivity, take over the sockets later like this:

reptyr -T `pgrep -fn rtr_new_ `

(it's in one of the Arch repositories)

Reptyr's man page says it does not work with rtorrent but I find reptyr can successfully steal from dtach once. After that a 2nd reptyr won't steal rtorrent from the 1st reptyr. Sometimes it seems to work for a few seconds then rtorrent just goes away.

also I can do this repeatedly (separate terminals) - neercs steals from reptyr, reptyr from neercs and repeat as many times as you like;

neercs -P `pgrep -fn rtr_new_` &

reptyr  `pgrep -fn rtr_new_ `

and rtorrent keeps running fine

so the problem's not with reptyr per se

why don't we just assume for simplicity that there is only one session?

My intent was to answer more questions in minimal space by extending the examples to more use cases (--user, multiple instances per user). Sanjeev K Sharma (talk) 13:26, 11 July 2015 (UTC)

Creating multiple rtorrent sessions this way is far from perfect

perhaps a separate section is needed?

last time I lurked on rtorrent discussions this question came up regularly.

I'd like to have another way to do multiple sessions, preferably integrated with systemd Sanjeev K Sharma (talk) 14:07, 11 July 2015 (UTC)

This page use deprecated commands

And example config from rtorrent too.

--Althathwe (talk) 17:13, 2 August 2016 (UTC)