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    Transmission 2.94+ (4a4233feae) (Windows)

    This client uses a global key, so make sure to use the memory reader.

    This emulation is only meant for Windows users. The Linux and Mac ports of the client send a different numwant and Accept-Encoding header.

    An additional "require encryption" client is not offered, since BitTorrent protocol encryption is neither effective nor secure. Leave the real Transmission unchanged from its default of "prefer encryption".
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    What do you need to make a global client for Mac/Linux/Windows ? I mean the client header variables
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucius View Post
    What do you need to make a global client for Mac/Linux/Windows ? I mean the client header variables
    On Windows, the numwant and Accept-Encoding values are 80 and "identity" respectively, whereas they are 200 and "gzip;q=1.0, deflate, identity" on Linux and Mac. http://www.sb-innovation.de/showthread.php?p=350130 onwards provides more details.
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    This client files dont work on Trasnmission 2.94 (d8e60ee44f), I picked the 64bit version

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    Make sure the process name matches. If it does, then your Transmission build may be using a different peer_id prefix, but I'll wait until I can actually check that (see my reply in the RM+ thread) before getting specific.
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