Basic and useful commands
- Donwloads a link (the parameter to this command can be the path to a torrent file, for example).
- pause <num>
- Pause download number <num>
- resume <num>
- Resume download number <num>, which was paused.
- Show downloads.
- Show users uploading.
- Statistics on upload.
Setting up MLDonkey in NetBSD
When installing MLDonkey in NetBSD using pkgsrc, it is worth to change the
MLDONKEY_HOME variable to where you want to be the home of the mldonkey
user. By default, the installation will put it in
Then install it as you would install any program via pkgsrc.
Now, copy the startup file to
/etc/rc.d and update
# cp /usr/p../../share/examples/rc.d/mldonkey /etc/rc.d/ # echo mldonkey=YES >> /etc/rc.conf # /etc/rc.d/mldonkey start
When starting, you can get a strange error like::
"su - no directory"
In this case, create the
$MLDONKEY_HOME manually (don't forget to set the
right permissions to it). Also, create /var/mldonkey even if it is different
$MLDONKEY_HOME, because it is still the default