Torrent Server - File download and sharing server
A file server with integrated multi-protocol file sharing that can be used to handle all types of file downloads. Files can be added to the download list through a simple web interface that allows you to manage the server remotely. Especially useful for centralizing file sharing on a shared network. Includes anti-virus scanning.
This appliance includes all the standard features in TurnKey Core, and on top of that:
SSL support out of the box.
Includes popular compression support (zip, rar, bz2).
Includes flip to convert text file endings between UNIX and DOS formats.
E-mail download completion notification via Postfix MTA (bound to localhost).
File sharing (Transmission) configurations:
Anti-virus / malware scanning via ClamAV.
- Anti-virus signatures are auto-updated.
- Automatically quarantines unsafe downloads.
- Anti-virus logfile: /var/log/rtorrent/clamav.log
File server (Samba) configurations:
Preconfigured wordgroup: WORKGROUP
Preconfigured netbios name: TORRENTSERVER
Configured root as administrative samba user.
- Users home directory.
- Public storage.
- CD-ROM with automount and umount hooks (/media/cdrom).
NOTE: Due to the removal of libpam-smbpass (see issue #1188), new Samba users must have their passwords explictly set separately when created. However, if you create a Samba user using smbpasswd, then a new Linux user of the same name, with the same password is automatically created (including home directory). E.g.:
# smbpasswd -a new_user New SMB password: Retype new SMB password: Added user new_user. # ls /home/ new_user
Access your files securely from anywhere via WebDAV CGI:
- DAV service running via HTTPS.
- Pre-configured repositories (storage, user home directory).
Default storage directory: /srv/storage
Accessing file server via samba on the command line:
smbclient //22.214.171.124/storage -Uroot mount -t cifs //126.96.36.199/storage /mnt -o username=root,password=PASSWORD
See the Torrent Server Documentation for more details, including configuration details if behind a Firewall/Router/NAT
Credentials (passwords set at first boot)
- Webmin, Webshell, SSH, Samba: username root
- Transmission: username admin
- Web based file manager (WebDAV CGI): - username root (or Samba users)