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"Create subfolder" option makes a random folder instead of using torrent name #12009

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Sha-Gojyo opened this issue Feb 13, 2020 · 1 comment
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@Sha-Gojyo Sha-Gojyo commented Feb 13, 2020

qBittornt version: qBittorrent v4.2.1 Web UI (32-bit)

OS: Raspberri Pi 4 with newest Raspbian.
Qt: | 5.9.5
Libtorrent: 1.2.3.0
Boost: 1.65.1
OpenSSL: 1.1.1
zlib: 1.2.11

What is the problem

When adding a torrent, and ticking the dialogue box "Create subfolder" the client creates a random named directory in the following format:

DIWX6B~Z
BO67B5~M
BW36YY~7

This happens with torrents with a single file or multiple files

What is the expected behavior

Expected is seeing the directory being named the name of the parent folder in the torrent e.g: "Breaking Bad" or "Season 1".

Steps to reproduce

Happens every time a torrent is added and "Create Subfolder" is ticked.

Extra info(if any)

qBittorrent is running in a Docker container. It has a Synology NAS mapped to the container via NFS.
The actual files in the torrent get the correct name.

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@FranciscoPombal FranciscoPombal commented Feb 19, 2020

Try to reproduce this outside of Docker please

@FranciscoPombal FranciscoPombal changed the title WebUI; Create subfolder option makes a random folder instead of using torrent name "Create subfolder" option makes a random folder instead of using torrent name Feb 19, 2020
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