Mac os smb and torrents?


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There is a machine with mac os x. There is a machine with windows xp.

Installed utorrent on windows which are bolted to the web interface.

utorrent then files torrents from the folder.


Question 1:

How to make so that when I run a torrent file on mac os it is copied to the windows machine.


Question 2:

How to utorrent to make the torrent which is already in the download list was re-injected back to the default and did not appear a window with the question?
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1) simple script to put the default to open .torrent files. This script should just move the file passed as parameter to the desired network ball. For example:
\r#!/bin/bash
if ! [ -z "$1" ]; then
mv "$1" /mnt/shara/
fi
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torrents, which is already in the list and so is not loaded again, I use uTorrent have not yuzal, but I remember that window with file selection, you can disable in the settings
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2) Offer programs to automatically close the Windows. I understand that monitor have Vinhr is still there, let uTorrent open when adding a torrent; the dialogs are closed trained program.
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Example here: www.ghacks.net/2008/11/19/monitor-and-automatically-close-windows/to download it in German website to go to, and click Download.
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I see it all the easier. In the settings you can specify the target folder for uploaded files and put "bird" in options delete the torrent once added to zaychiki. It remains to map the target folder via SMB.
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Use Dropbox
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