1. Transmission can be running even with errors so stop it:
2. Go to :
and edit following lines of transmission.sh:
3. Then try to start transmission daemon via sh:
This should create new directory transmission in root of your HDD.
4. And stop transmission daemon again:
5. Go to
and edit settings.json file:
"download-dir": "/i-data/md0/public", -points to HDD root directory public (built-in Zyxel NSA 310)
"incomplete-dir": "/i-data/md0/public", -just in case, but don't enable it
"lpd-enabled": true, -local peers discovery
"rpc-whitelist": "127.0.0.1,192.168.0.*", -add local-LAN (not wan ip in any case) ip address of your computer from which you are connecting to NSA or specify local subnet as I did.
"umask": 0, -will give you access to downloaded files via LAN
6.Start transmission daemon:
That's is all. But........
I didn't found some settings in settings.json file of this revision transmission like :
•watch-dir-enabled: Boolean (default = false)
This not good. But....
If you follow my further instructions we can resolve this a little problem. I found out that there is a windows client program, that can control minidlna-daemon remotly from your computer. It has simple intuitive interface and gives you some benefits like:
informs about finished download,
automatically opens for download internet torrent file on click to open,
can minimize to tray,
you can exit program, but transmission continious to download and seed,
has better interface,
there is no need of watch directory for transmission.
The program is called Transmission Remote GUI.
As they say : it is a feature rich cross platform front-end to remotely control a Transmission Bit-Torrent client daemon via its RPC protocol. Transmission Remote GUI is faster and has more functionality than the built-in Transmission web interface.
Just download transgui-4.0.3-setup.exe and install on your computer. Configuration is very simple but needed and one more benefit is that program reads transmission settings from your NAS.