First SSH into Pi
Now we’ll download the and install the NZBGet to
To do this we’ll need to make a directory
sudo mkdir /opt/nzbget
Download the run script to
wget with the
-P flag to determine the destination directory
With no introduction here is samba install
sudo apt-get install samba samba-common-bin smbclient
Create your shared directory
We’re going to create a dedicated shared directory. You can put it anywhere, but ours will be at the top level of the root file system.
sudo mkdir -m 1777 /share
sudo apt-get install transmission-cli transmission-common transmission-daemon
transmission-daemon will start automatically each time you start your server, with the settings defined in /var/lib/transmission-daemon/info/settings.json
Make sure the Transmission daemon is not running when changing the config file otherwise your changes will be over written.
sudo systemctl stop transmission-daemon
Now we need to change a few settings.
sudo nano /var/lib/transmission-daemon/info/settings.json
You may often have to access remote servers to administer, manage, and troubleshoot and there are several ways to do this. You may use telnet to login to remote servers; FTP allows transferring files between different servers. However, these programs are not secure enough for connecting to critical servers. SSH, a secure shell is a cryptographic network protocol using which you can securely access network services over an unsecured network. SSH allows you to access servers through Terminal and various command line functions. It is helpful if you want to access and administer a server remotely using a secure way.
In this article, I am going to describe how you can remotely manage a Linux server with SSH.
For this article, I am using the following machines: