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      Joal-Desktop (Windows / Linux / Mac)

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      What is Joal-Desktop
      Joal-Dekstop is somehow a ratio master, the "desktop" version works though a graphical user interface (pictures available at the bottom of this post).
      I initially developped JOAL because i was bored of the .NET framework requirement and i wanted to have a ratio-faker that could work on every OS.



      How JOAL compares with other tools
      JOAL RatioMaster Plus mRatio
      OS Windows / Linux / Mac Windows Windows
      Multi-torrent Yes Yes Yes
      Configuration Simple as hell Hard Simple
      Memory reader No Yes Yes
      App updates Automatic on Windows Download needed Download needed
      Clients file updates Automatic Download needed Download needed
      Proxy compliant No Yes Yes
      Multiple language No Yes Yes
      Headless server app Yes No No

      Don't get me wrong, i'm not saying JOAL is better than other tools around here. It does not cover the same needs. JOAL is focused in providing a simple user experience with multi-os support. It will fit your need if you want to get started with cheating your ratio or if get yourself lost in configuring other tools, but if you are an advanced user (or a developper) you'll find much more configuration opportunities in mRatio or RatioMaster.


      How to use it safely
      1. Start the app.
      2. Wait for updates to be checked.
      3. Change the configuration (if needed).
      4. Drag and drop torrents.
      5. Voila!
      6. Click on "stop" before closing the app.

      Some tips you need to know to use joal properly:
      Do not use JOAL when your real torrent client is started.
      Try not to froget to press the "STOP" button before closing the app.
      Always download torrents in your regular client before adding them into JOAL.


      Where do i download it
      Download it here

      On Windows app is auto-updated when you start it.
      On Linux app is auto-updated when you start it.
      On OSX updates must be downloaded manually (because a god damn signing certificate cost $300 a year...)

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    Hello everybody, I have a little question :
    I install joal on my raspberrypi 2, and a vpn thru openvpn.
    When I launch joal in command line, everything works fine.
    But after several hours, it seems joal stop working, because webui stop working.
    I wonder if it's because maybe the vpn change my ip address ?
    How can I know if joal is running, is there a command line genre joal status ?
    Is it possible to view a log file where I can find the problem or anything else ?
    Thx in advance !
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    Quote Originally Posted by fanielle View Post
    Hello everybody, I have a little question :
    I install joal on my raspberrypi 2, and a vpn thru openvpn.
    When I launch joal in command line, everything works fine.
    But after several hours, it seems joal stop working, because webui stop working.
    I wonder if it's because maybe the vpn change my ip address ?
    How can I know if joal is running, is there a command line genre joal status ?
    Is it possible to view a log file where I can find the problem or anything else ?
    Thx in advance !

    How did you start joal? are you running the command line over SSH? If so, you msut be aware that closing the SSH also close any process you may have started.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthony-joal View Post
    How did you start joal? are you running the command line over SSH? If so, you msut be aware that closing the SSH also close any process you may have started.
    Yes indeed, I started joal via ssh.
    So now I use VNC to start joal on my pi, and it seems that everything is ok !!
    Maybe it can help pi users

    Thx !! and one more time, congratulation for this mighty job !!
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    You can keep using SSH if you want, but you must start JOAL through nohup or screen (or another terminal multiplexer). Otherwise, whenever you close the shell session, it will receive a hangup signal and shut down.

    Another option is adding a line to /etc/rc.local or installing it as a service, and then it will always be available without any extra action on your part. That's a little more complex, however.
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