Hi K12RiV, and to the Linux & Unix Section. I note you are a member of 2 years standing, just a little longer than me.
If I can coax a little more information out of you, for the benefit of those whom may assist?:
- From your Profile, you have an AMD A8-4500M CPU in an HP Pavilion with 4GB RAM, is that still so?
- The A8-4500M has 64-bit support, so do I take it you are using or wishing to use Debian 8 64-bit?
- And which version of Ubuntu are you running, down to the Desktop Environment (DE)? eg 14.04 with Unity DE, 15.10 with MATE DE, &c?
- Is the Windows 7 Pro still there, and are you dual-booting fully installed Ubuntu on a dedicated Partition, with the Debian VM installed under that?
The more you can tell us, the easier to tailor a solution for your needs.
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… #2 refers.
More recently, in helping another Member, they used http://postimage.org (formerly postimg.org), I joined it, and they are also BC friendly
I myself have little experience with Debian, although I will installing v8 next few weeks. I have used LMDE (Linux Mint Debian Edition) before but not currently, and am currently running MX-15, which is based on Debian Jessie 8.2 but with enhancements.
I won't try to "hard sell" you on another Linux if Debian is your choice, but it is an interesting one if this is your first "excursion" with Linux?
Specifically on your subject matter:
- Googling up "debian plex media server transmission" reveals a number of options, one at least as recent as 2014.
- Ditching transmission from the search reveals some as recent as 2015
I am not trying to give you "the flick" offsite, when answers from someone here may be only minutes to hours away.
Note, though, that if Transmission is the bit torrent client I think it is, this website does not condone, nor help with anything related to P2P and torrents.
Not that these are not legal, more about security, I expect. And yes, a number of the Linux Distro sites offer torrent as a download option, go figure.
Hope this helps a little, and that your stay with us is enjoyable.