I can't test if they work but my thinkpad X1 Carbon (running the 6.1 kernel) has 3 HDMI outputs and they all show as 'not connected'.
So apparently yours isn't seen.
Maybe try 'alsamixer' ?
Having written that, I checked my Thinkpad Helix which should have at least one port .... doesn't show.
But admittedly that's a bit of a weird setup. The screen of that tablet broke a long time ago so I attached myHuion graphics tablet to it as screen and use it only for drawing stuff....i.e no sound.
I don't need to emulate chalk screeches on a blackboard.
@yoda yes, for the sound output you need to select this in the volumes mixer, in the configuration tab you can select the hdmi stereo output, i know is not the most intuitive place but it works, maybe next versions of the tool looks more intuitive
oh, triantares already answered that...
@triantares no worries, I will take care of the torrent, I have a tool that creates them very nicely, the only issue is that sometimes these torrents are created that seems to not seed at all and I dont know why this happens but we will use a working one
If I create a .torrent on my local machine with "transmission-create' and start it with 'transmission-gtk' it works fine. Meaning it verifies and starts seeding and shows up on the trackers.
The same on the remote machine with 'transmission-cli' only the seeds don't show up on the trackers. No idea why and I can't check whether it would work with the gui ..... I'm not there physically.
Maybe it's a transmission bug, like this 'stalling' issue after a while....qbittorrent doesn't do that, it just keeps seeding as it should.
Or could it be udp ?
And before anyone begins:
'qbittorrent-nox' only sets up a web interface on a given port (default 8080) but I can't use that as it's closed on my router .... nor can I access my router remotely to change that, nor do I want to for security reasons.
Yes that seems the same issue I have here and I don't know the reason, my tool uses these tools/commands too
The thing is that it simply works half of the times (or 1 each 5 times), but no time to look at this, maybe a transmission bug... anyways, I just created one, see if you can "get" it from me, if works, rename your download dir as "elive_3.8.32_retrowave__32+64bit" so that you can just "verify local data" and have them already downloaded and seeding too
This is strange:
Your magnet: has all the trackers in the link (making it extremely long) .... mine doesn't. So that might be an issue on my side.
I'm also not in the clear if 'transmission-cli' uses the same settings as 'transmission-gtk' (it should IMO) i.e do I have to set them again and again through the command line?
If I 'Ctrl-C' then 'transmission-cli' creates a .json file for resume .... transmission-gtk does not, so that's not very re-assuring.